For over nine years, iPhone fans have been anticipating Nintendo's entrance into the iOS game market. Today the company made history by releasing its first iOS game Super Mario Run on the App Store. The game follows Nintendo's social networking title Miitomo, which hit mobile devices earlier this year. Super Mario Run marks a dramatic turnaround for Nintendo and its recent declarations that it would only develop games for its own hardware platforms.
After soft launching in the in the Netherlands, Apple has finally brought its Apple Support app to the U.S. App Store. The new standalone app resembles Apple's support website where users can get answers to questions about all Apple products.
After downloading and installing the app, users can log in with their Apple ID and select any of their Apple products from the provided list. Users can then search for helpful tips or answers to questions, and browse a variety of topics, such as Battery, Power & Charging. All current Apple products are represented in the Other Products & Services section, including Beats by Dre, Apple Pay, Mac accessories and so on.
Hot on the heels of Monday's iOS 10.2 release, Apple is offering AirPods for sale. While the wireless headphones were originally scheduled for launch in late October, Apple delayed until they were completely ready for customers to enjoy. Delivery for the initial batch was set for December 21st, however since this morning ship times have slipped to 4 weeks. This means that for anyone currently ordering AirPods they will arrive during the second week of January.
Telltale on Sunday released the first trailer for the newest chapter in its popular Walking Dead series. A New Frontier explores the dire situation that brought newcomer Javier and his family together with Clementine. The two-episode arc also introduces some familiar faces from The Walking Dead universe to the game, and reveals more details about the New Frontier and their motivation.
The original documentary by Alexander Dunn "808: The Movie" has launched exclusively to Apple Music subscribers. The film is also available for pre-order on the iTunes Movie store at $16.99. iTunes users can download or rent the title starting on December 16th. One can also get the soundtrack for 808 from Apple Music or iTunes. The documentary is narrated by the Apple Music Beats 1 DJ Zane Lowe.