It should come as no surprise the latest Apple headlines mostly revolve around new products announced at Apple's media event in Cupertino. In other news, Netflix admitted throttling video streaming to AT&T and Verizon customers. Speaking of AT&T, they are now offering free Wi-Fi calling from anywhere in the world. Check out the latest highlights from the week in Apple.
Wibble Wobble is a new mobile title inspired by the popular Japanese role-playing series, Yo-kai Watch. The game is similar to a match-3 RPG where you connect little Wib Wobs to make them grow bigger and attack your opponent. The more Wib Wobs you connect the more powerful they become. The game is a lot like Pokémon where the goal is friend as many Yo-kai creatures as you can while advancing through various levels. Each Yo-kai Wib Wob on your team has their own unique special moves and level up after each battle.
Connecting the Wib Wobs is harder than most matching games because they wobble around in your Yo-kai watch. You also have to be really fast and use the correct combination of Wib Wobs to defeat your opponents. The game gets pretty hard right after the lengthy tutorial.
Yo-kai Watch Wibble Wobble is available for free on the App Store. The game includes over 200 Yo-kai to collect.
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Since Apple introduced the larger iPhone 6 and 6 Plus a few years ago there have been a number of 4-inch diehards who have refused to upgrade. It has been unclear whether Apple would completely abandoned the 4-inch size, but Monday's event made it clear the 4-inch form factor is here to stay, at least for now. The long overdue update to Apple's 4-inch iPhone form factor is finally here.
Apple today officially unveiled the iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro during a short keynote at its Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California. The new handset replaces Apple's existing 4-inch device, the iPhone 5s. The iPhone maker said it has sold over 30 million 4-inch models last year, proving that there is still demand for smaller smartphones. The iPhone SE is basically an updated version of the 5s that puts it more in line with Apple's current flagship models, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.