New iPad Pros in Store, 3rd iOS 10.3.3 Beta, drag ‘n’ drop, Logitech Circle C, leather Band, Alto’s Odyssey, Minecraft, South Park


The 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro now available in Apple Stores — Apple’s brand new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and just updated 12.9-inch model are now available in the company’s retail stores. Both models were introduced last week at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose, California.

Apple Seeds third Developer Beta of iOS 10.3.3 — Apple seeded the third developer beta of iOS 10.3.3 on Tuesday. It’s seen as a maintenance release. Developers can download the beta through their device or iTunes for iOS devices set up with a developer profile.

Drag-and-drop for iPhone enabled by tweaks in Apple’s iOS 11 beta code — Though the upcoming technology is reserved for iPads, drag-and-drop can be enabled for the iPhone by making a few adjustments to the iOS 11 developer beta, according to a series of tweets.

Logitech Circle 2 security camera ships in July with incoming Apple HomeKit support — Logitech has unveiled the Circle 2, the follow-up to the Circle connected camera, with the second-generation security device adding weatherproofing and using a more versatile design, as well as supporting Apple’s HomeKit home automation platform in a future software update.

Classy Leather Apple Watch Band — Grovemade has been making really beautiful wood and leather accessories for the past eight years, and they just announced new Leather Apple Watch Bands that use a clean, minimalist design to complement the design of the Apple Watch.

E3 2017: Sony announces ‘PlayLink’ local multiplayer titles with PS4-to-iOS cross-platform support — Sony this week unveiled a new series of games branded PlayLink, focussing on in-person multiplayer experiences for its PlayStation 4 console that will allow new players to get in the game with their iPhones. One announced PlayLink title was Hidden Agenda, which lets participants collaborate to stop a serial killer.

Anticipated sequel ‘Alto’s Odyssey’ arrives on Apple’s iOS this summer — The follow-up to popular iPhone game Alto’s Adventure was showcased this week at E3, as the finishing touches are put on endless runner Alto’s Odyssey ahead of its launch on iOS this summer.

Minecraft will allow iOS gamers to play with Windows 10, Android users — Mojang will be releasing an update to its popular building and exploration game Minecraft this summer that will introduce increased cross-platform play, allowing owners of the iOS version to play with Windows, Android, VR, and console versions, as well as a number of other changes to the popular title.

Ubisoft’s South Park: Phone Destroyer will bring free-to-play PvP to Apple’s iOS — The wacky world of South Park is coming to the iPhone later this year with Phone Destroyer, a free-to-play title where characters from the hit long running TV show square off against each other in a neighborhood showdown.

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