Latest Apple game news
The Nimbus+ is a small upgrade on the last version, and nabs you a few months of free play.
Apple Arcade launched in autumn 2019, but it hasn't received a major expansion since it debuted. That's now changing.
The creator of Final Fantasy, Hironobu Sakaguchi, is turning to iOS and Apple Arcade for his next big RPG project.
Apple Arcade is a paid subscription service for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. Here's how much it costs and what you get for your money.
Buy an iPhone 12 (or other new iPhone), iPad, Mac, Apple TV or iPhone touch and you'll get three-months of Apple Arcade for free.
Apple has significantly changed its App Store rules, impacting how iOS users' will experience cloud game streaming services like xCloud and Stadia.
Apple has officially filed to countersue, and it's being bitter about it.
This is a dramatic escalation in their legal fight, though not one totally unexpected.
The temporary restraining order is a partial victory for Epic Games.
A new patent certainly makes it look like a real possibility.
There is a new twist in the battle between Apple and Fortnite publisher Epic Games.
Apple has been facing an increase in anti-trust complaints from several developers and publishers over the past few months.
The Arcade library has seemingly failed to "engage" with enough users. Apple, therefore, is said to be changing focus.
Apple has lowered the price of its Apple Arcade subscription service for mobile gamers, but there is a caveat, of course.
Apple has announced Apple Arcade, a subscription games service that offers 100s of iOS, tvOS and Mac games for a single monthly fee.