Square Enix has launched a new turn based puzzle-adventure set in the relic-filled world of its award-winning female hero, Lara Croft.
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Right on the heels of several reports, which cited sources as suggesting that the company could have been planning a complete takeover of the Bill Graham Civic Center Auditorium in San Francisco – a venue with a total seating capacity of around 7,000, in order to unveil the next step for both the iPhone and Apple TV – next month, Apple has tonight officially sent out press invites to the event.
Just weeks after it stopped signing attempted restores to iOS 8.3, Apple has this week officially stopped signing iOS 8.4.
Previously, Apple had allowed those wanting to restore their device to iOS 8.4 to do so through the desktop version of iTunes. However, as of Monday this is no longer possible. This means that the earliest version users can now return to is iOS 8.4.1.
Apple stopping the signing of iOS 8.4 – the first version of iOS to add support for the company”s recently launched music-streaming offering, Apple Music – arrives just a fortnight or so before iOS 9 is expected to see its official public release.
This time next month, we will likely know what Apple has up its sleeve for the next not-so-major update to the iPhone product line.
Apple has publicly released a new version of iOS.
The App Store is constantly throwing out new updates for some of the most notable, and yet to be discovered apps available. Here’s the latest batch.