The biggest news of E3 2013 was the battle between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, a battle centered on consumer rejection of digital rights management and used game restrictions. Meanwhile, in San Francisco, Apple quietly fired a shot that could eventually neuter traditional game consoles. iOS controller support…
Monday marks the beginning of Apple's 2013 Worldwide Developer Conference, where the tech giant is expected to reveal some of the enhancements coming to the next iteration of iOS. What if one of those enhancements is support for external gamepads for its iDevices? Indeed, what if Apple, on the eve of the biggest game…
Apple plans to hand out awards for the best five iPad and iPhone apps at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference in June.
When Apple talked up the upcoming firmware upgrade for their iPhone and iPod Touch they touched on the fact that it will now allow you to block movies and TV shows based on content. But what about games?
Apple's newest iPhone 3GS will be the most powerful yet with more robust graphics and a faster network connection when it hits on June 19 for $200 to $300, the company announced today during their annual World Wide Developers Conference.
Gameloft took to the stage of Apple's WWDC today to show off the latest iteration of driver Asphalt 5.
Apple's World Wide Developer Keynote kicks off in just minutes.
Ensemble Studios' lead designer Graeme Devine has landed a mystery job at Apple's iPhone group, the developer told Kotaku.
Freeverse dropped us a note to let us know that they've released a "preview" of one their iPhone game Wingnuts Moto Racer, a heavily redacted preview.
iPhone games will be getting some face time at Apple's WWDC show next week, according to the CEO of LemonQuest, who believes games for the device will likely cost 17 to 18 Euros a pop (about $28 USD).