iOS App of the Week: Reigns

Reigns

Being king isn't easy, rewarding or good for your health. These are the lessons you will learn while playing Devolver Digital's newest mobile title. Reigns is a choose your own adventure card game where you begin the game by overthrowing the current king. The goal of the game is to survive as long as possible while keeping a balance between the church, the people, the army, and the treasury.

It's now or never for the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak

Pangu iOS 9.3.3

Anyone looking to update their iOS device to iOS 9.3.3 and jailbreak had better get moving. The window to update will close as soon as Apple stops signing the iOS 9.3.3 firmware. According to IPSW Downloads, Apple is still signing this IPSW file on 64-bit devices. This means the Pangu jailbreak can still be installed.

How to use the News app in iOS 10

Apple's News app has several new features in iOS 10.

In an attempt to compete with other online news sources, Apple replaced its Newsstand with the News app in iOS 9. News pulls stories from RSS feeds and puts them together in a magazine style layout, making for a much more user-friendly experience than its predecessor offered. Although it was a vast improvement, the app hasn't quite gained the traction Apple wants, thus the new round of improvements found in iOS 10.

Apple Watch 2 will feature GPS, more waterproofing

Apple Watch 2 stainless

Lately the rumor mill has been centered around the upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. With the expected release date just weeks away, it's no wonder that numerous leaks and photos of the next generation iPhone have been grabbing all of the headlines. A new report from none other than Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI has reminded everyone about the other huge product release on the horizon, the Apple Watch 2.

iPhone 7 Plus to ship with new haptic feedback Home button and dual cameras

Touch ID Home Button

Bloomberg is the latest to confirm that the iPhone 7 Plus model will ship with dual cameras. The new iPhone will feature two sensors that produce more detailed and brighter photos, according to an unnamed source who has used a prototype version of the next-generation device.

"Both sensors, which each capture color differently, simultaneously take a picture, and the device produces a single, merged photograph," said the person.

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