Mobile game developer Jam City this week launched the first trailer, as well as revealed a few new details, for its upcoming iOS and Android role-playing game set in the Harry Potter universe, called „Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery.“ The game shouldn’t be confused with the other upcoming Harry Potter iOS game, „Harry Potter: Wizards Unite,“ which is the augmented reality title being created by Pokémon Go developer Niantic.
In Jam City’s game (the developer behind „Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow„), players will be able to create their own Hogwarts student, attend classes, gain new spells, interact with other students, and more as [...]
This week I’m finally allowed to talk about what should be some pretty massive news for iOS gamers who are also old-school MMORPG players: RuneScape for mobile was announced, and it’s coming in late 2017 / early 2018 for Android and iOS. If the name RuneScape doesn’t ring a bell, it’s a browser-based MMORPG that was first released back in 2001. Like EverQuest and Ultima Online, players who were into RuneScape were really into RuneScape. It has even earned Guinness records for the world’s largest free MMORPG and the most updated game.
In addition to the RuneScape that has been updated over the years, Old School RuneScape, which is a modern [...]
Apple recently submitted an unnamed „Wireless Device“ to the FCC, a U.S. government agency that regulates communications, for the third time. The latest filing lists a model number of A1845, slotting in between A1844 in the first filing and A1846 in the second, but there are no new clues as to what the device could be.
Apple again requested permanent confidentiality for most of the documents in the filing, including photos, user manuals, and schematics, so the entry largely remains a mystery. Test reports completed by UL Verification Services reveal that, just like in the first two filings, the device has Bluetooth LE and NFC.
The model numbers A1844, [...]
Earlier this week, we spotted an Apple filing for a nondescript „wireless device“ pass through the FCC ID database. Apple characteristically requested permanent confidentiality for most of the documents in the filing, including photos, user manuals, and schematics, so the entry largely remains a mystery.
What we do know is the device has a model number of A1844, which does not line up with any existing Apple products. A regulatory label shows the device has two Torx screws on the back plate of the device, which appears to have at least two slightly curved edges. The device has an electrical rating of 5.5V to 13.2V.
Test reports completed by UL [...]