Apple yesterday added a 2TB tier to its iCloud service giving iOS users 4 different storage options starting at $0.99 a month. Apple previously only offered three options with the highest being 1TB for $9.99. The new 2TB tier is $19.99 per month.The new option could be due to a new macOS Sierra feature that automatically uploads all saved files to a your iCloud drive so they can be easily shared across all devices. The new iCloud tier arrived one day after Apple sent out invitations for its iPhone 7 event on September 7th. iOS 10 and macOS Sierra are both expected to launch alongside the next-generation iPhone at the event.
September 7th is only a week away, but this hasn't stopped a fast and furious torrent of iPhone 7 rumors and leaks. The latest reports touch on cosmetics, storage space, and more. Apple's next generation iPhone is not expected to be a radical departure from the current model. But this doesn't mean the company has no surprises waiting in the wings. The past few days have confirmed several tidbits coming in the official announcement next week.
The wait is almost over. Apple has made September 7th official with an email invitation to the media. On this particular Wednesday, the company is expected to reveal several new products. The event is scheduled to take place at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco at 10 am Pacific. The bokeh effect seen in the invite image has led some to speculate that the event will focus heavily on the dual-lens camera featured in the iPhone 7 Plus.
Apple has patched an important security vulnerability with the release of iOS 9.3.5. The iOS update comes just weeks after iOS 9.3.4 closed off the Pangu jailbreak earlier this month. Details regarding the latest security fix have surfaced and Apple has released an official security document on the matter. So should iOS users rush to update?
It may be time to reevaluate the Warhammer 40k universe on mobile devices. The quality of Warhammer games being released to the Apple App Store has increased ever since Games Workshop started licensing its IP to other developers. For example, Slitherine's Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon was well received by hardcore strategy fans, and it even spawned a sequel. Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon - Da Orks was released to the App Store last week. It hasn't received many customer reviews since it is a pricey premium title at $14.99, but if you've enjoyed Panzer General, then you might want to check out Da Orks since it runs on the same engine.