Epic Games today announced that its Infinity Blade role-playing game trilogy has been removed from the App Store.
In a blog post, the video game studio said „it has become increasingly difficult for our team to support the Infinity Blade series at a level that meets our standards,“ adding that the trilogy „will always hold a special place“ in its history.
Along with the three Infinity Blade games, all in-app purchase options have been removed, according to Epic Games. iPhone users who already purchased the games will remain able to play them, and re-download them from the App Store using the same Apple ID that was originally used, for the [...]
It took nearly two months following the on-sale date for the iPhone XR, but Apple’s highly anticipated clear case for the colorful device is now available. We’re not entirely sure what the delay was in launching it, and it’s currently the only first-party case available for the iPhone XR, so we went hands-on with the new case to see how it stacks up.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Apple’s clear case is intended to show off the colorful rear shell of the iPhone XR, and it does a great job at that, with a crystal clear view of the phone itself all around. The case is a bit firmer than we expected based on our previous [...]
The Australian parliament on Thursday passed controversial encryption legislation that could result in tech companies being forced to give law enforcement access to encrypted customer messages.
As we reported in October, Apple opposed the legislation in a seven-page letter to the Australian parliament, calling the encryption bill „dangerously ambiguous“ and wide open to potential abuse by authorities.
Advocates of the bill, officially titled „Assistance and Access Bill 2018,“ argue it is essential to national security because encrypted communications are used by terrorist groups and criminals to avoid detection.
CNET provided a [...]
For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with Anki to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company’s adorable little Vector robots, which designed to be a personal robot companions that are fun for the whole family.
Vector is an autonomous, cloud-connected robot that’s eager to entertain, interact with you, and answer questions on a range of topics with the „Hey Vector“ trigger word, much like Siri, Cortana, or Alexa.
Priced at $249.99, Vector is a palm-sized robot equipped with small front display that allows Vector to express his endearing personality. Vector’s body is filled with a host of sensors, [...]