It’s no secret that Apple’s new iPhones have been plagued with bugs following their official retail debut, last week.
Despite a series of (reportedly now fixed) server issues – which saw at least some who tried to update to the software earlier tonight left with quote-unquote “bricked” devices, iOS 10 is finally available to download by the public.
Officially the store’s most popular genre … as players eagerly await the global launch of App Store first: Super Mario Run, (alongside the public release of iOS 10, now just days away), mobile game developers everywhere are stepping it up – as they strive to secure prominent feature space for their wares, just in time for launch day.
As Apple prepares to open the doors to iOS 10 app submissions, many developers are this week taking advantage of the software update’s coming release to build up their user base.
Apple has tonight seeded the eighth build of iOS 10 to developers, ahead of the software’s expected release – next month.