A trailer was released to promote the latest in the N.O.V.A series, with the full release set to land in the UK and USA App Stores at around midnight. In terms of enjoyment and gameplay, this latest version will pack no serious surprises, brining users a total of ten levels to fight their way through against the enemy.
Marvel has linked up with Loud Crow Interactive — makers of the well-received A Charlie Brown Christmas iPad app — to make a new interactive comic book app. The app follows Tony Stark’s design logs from the Mark I Iron Man suit through the new Mark VII suit.
Everyone is getting super excited about the third generation iPad. We might not be able to call it the iPad 3, but there is little doubting that this is fast becoming the most anticipated iPad release to date. With that huge Retina Display forming the centerpiece of what is sure to be a popular device, Apple has already seen unprecedented demand for the tablet.
With some of us sat eagerly anticipating a knock at the door on Friday morning, some people will be huddled outside an Apple Store in the hope that they are far enough down the line to be able to pick up a new iPad on release day. We knew Apple’s own stores would be popular destinations for those who chose not to order online, but the only real question was about what time those stores would be opening.
Infinity Blade II is now available for the iPhone and iPad in the New Zealand App Store. This can only mean that it will arrive in America later tonight.
Infinity Blade is an amazing app with killer graphics that received recognition worldwide. Apple has even used gameplay footage in their commercials to showcase their products.
PCMag reports that Steve Jobs’ eagerly awaited official biography titled Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson will include details about his resignation as Apple’s CEO yesterday.
According to PCMag, there will be no change in the release date of the book. So it will be available for download and shipping from November 21st this year, releasing nearly 3 months before its previously announced March 2012 launch date.
Apple has finally approved Google’s Google+ iPhone app and is now available in the App Store.
Google launched Google+ – its latest social networking project few weeks back to compete with Facebook. It has received a quite a few positive reviews and is already more than 10 million users strong and growing.
Google+ allows users to put their family and friends into Circles and lets them selectively share with specific groups within their personal network, rather than sharing with all their social connections at once.
As expected, white iPhone 4 is now available on Apple’s online store after few hours of downtime in the US and also in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Macau, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, and UK.
The white iPhone 4 is also available on Verizon and AT&T website in the US. Internationally, it should be available in local carrier stores and Apple’s authorized resellers.
If you’re hankering to be riding the very latest mobile software from Apple, hit up your iTunes, for version 4.3.2 of iOS is now available for downloadin’ and updatin’. Fixes for occasional “blank or frozen” FaceTime video and iPad 3G issues get top billing, while the obligatory security updates fill out the rest. The size of this mighty software drop? A hefty 666.2MB.
Apple Store is back online! and guess what? It is now accepting pre-orders for Verizon iPhone 4.
And just like the AT&T GSM version of iPhone 4, the CDMA based Verizon iPhone is also available in two sizes: the 16GB model which costs US $199 and the 32GB model which costs US $299. All these devices will ship on 10th February 2011.
[via Redmond Pie]