1. This graphic designer’s vision of iOS 13 on the iPhone 11 will blow your mind  Yahoo News
  2. Steam Link is now available for iOS, a year after its initial rejection  PC Gamer
  3. 7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on May 15th  BGR
  4. Steam Link Finally Comes To iOS  Kotaku
  5. Game-streaming app Steam debuts on iPhone and iPad, a year after controversy  CNBC
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Last year's big iOS 12 software update was simultaneously Apple's best update in years and Apple's most boring update in years. It seems odd, but it's true. In terms of exciting new features, there really weren't any to be found. There were plenty of nice refinements like improvedLast year's big iOS 12 software update was simultaneously Apple's best update in years and Apple's most boring update in years. It seems odd, but it's true. In terms of exciting new features, there really weren't any to be found. There were plenty of nice refinements like improved

This graphic designer’s vision of iOS 13 on the iPhone 11 will blow your mind

With the release of the overhauls TV app, there are only two Apple TV Channels you can subscribe to in Canada.With the release of the overhauls TV app, there are only two Apple TV Channels you can subscribe to in Canada.

Canada Gets Two Apple TV Channels in iOS 12.3: Smithsonian and Acorn TV | iPhone in Canada Blog

Last year's big iOS 12 software update was simultaneously Apple's best update in years and Apple's most boring update in years. It seems odd, but it's true. In terms of exciting new features, there really weren't any to be found.Last year’s big iOS 12 software update was simultaneously Apple’s best update in years and Apple’s most boring update in years. It seems odd, but it’s true. In terms of exci…

This graphic designer’s vision of iOS 13 on the iPhone 11 will blow your mind – BGR

The Steam Link app is now available for iOS, almost a year after it was first rejected by Apple. Already available on Android, the app allows users to stream their Steam library to Apple devices including iPhone, iPad and Apple TV "via 5Ghz network or wired Ethernet to a host computer running Steam".The app was initially rejected by Apple, according to a statement issued by Valve in May last year. After an initial approval, "Apple revoked its approval citing business conflicts with app guidelines that had allegedly not been realized by the original review team," Valve's 2018 statement read. "Valve appealed, explaining the Steam Link app simply functions as a LAN-based remote desktop similar to numerous remote desktop applications already available on the App Store. Ultimately, that appeal was denied leaving the Steam Link app for iOS blocked from release. "The team here spent many hours on this project and the approval process, so we're clearly disappointed. But we hope Apple will reconsider in the future." And it has clearly reconsidered, though it took a year. The app isn't appearing in the App Store's search results as yet, but you can access it directly here.Chris tested the Android equivalent upon its release last year, writing that it couldn't quite live up to a physical Steam Link box. That said, the physical box was discontinued late last year but can still be found secondhand. The app lets you stream your Steam games to Apple devices.

Steam Link is now available for iOS, a year after its initial rejection | PC Gamer

The Supreme Court this week ruled in the Apple App Store antitrust case, and Apple lost. The court ruled that the lawsuit could proceed in a lower court ...The Supreme Court this week ruled in the Apple App Store antitrust case, and Apple lost. The court ruled that the lawsuit could proceed in a lower court. The decision, however, was just a technical…

Apple App Store antitrust case – who is right? - 9to5Mac

Apple's announcement of series of original new content projects for its upcoming Apple TV+ subscription service raises two questions: why would Apple want to be in that business, and why didn't it just acquire Netflix, the established leader in that space?Apple's announcement of series of original new content projects for its upcoming Apple TV+ subscription service raises two questions: why would Apple want to be in that business, and why didn't it just acquire Netflix, the established leader in that space?

Editorial: The new Services -- Why Apple created Apple TV+

The Supreme Court just ruled that iPhone users can sue Apple over its app sales, but how will that play out?

How much might Apple owe you for inflating the price of iPhone apps? - Chicago Tribune

Is Apple's hold over the App Store, which provides iPhone users the sole avenue to download and purchase apps, monopolistic and anticompetitive by design?

Supreme Court makes right call on people vs. Apple (Editorial) - masslive.com

“So apparently this Whatsapp was a memcpy bufferoverflow. The last caught iOS kernel 0day was also a memcpy. https://t.co/oYopFuFyV3 So can’t Apple just use its AppStore monopoly to ban all code that uses memcpy? (if you find irony inside keep it)”

Stefan Esser on Twitter: "So apparently this Whatsapp was a memcpy bufferoverflow. The last caught iOS kernel 0day was also a memcpy. https://t.co/oYopFuFyV3 So can’t Apple just use its AppStore monopoly to ban all code that uses memcpy? (if you find irony inside keep it)"

“Every time I install an app on my Roku from now on I'll think about how Apple believes that act is the legal foundation for it to take a mandatory 30% cut of all app-based digital transactions on iOS. https://t.co/0HQG4QfSM8”

Dieter Bohn on Twitter: "Every time I install an app on my Roku from now on I'll think about how Apple believes that act is the legal foundation for it to take a mandatory 30% cut of all app-based digital transactions on iOS. https://t.co/0HQG4QfSM8… https://t.co/yweoFOKTge"

“The Supreme Court has rejected Apple’s argument that iOS App Store users aren’t really its customers https://t.co/dFYV4CUvzo via @thedextriarchy”

Lauren Goode on Twitter: "The Supreme Court has rejected Apple’s argument that iOS App Store users aren’t really its customers https://t.co/dFYV4CUvzo via @thedextriarchy"

“Interesting. Here’s the ‘featured’ review on the download page for #WhatsApp on the iOS / Apple App Store:”

𝗚𝗿𝗲𝗴 𝗦𝗰𝗼𝘁𝘁 on Twitter: "Interesting. Here’s the ‘featured’ review on the download page for #WhatsApp on the iOS / Apple App Store:… "

Yesterday's roundup of the best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free was a good one, and you'll still find a few freebies in there if you go back and check it out.Yesterday’s roundup of the best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free was a good one, and you’ll still find a few freebies in there if you go back and check it out. We’ve als…

7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on May 15th – BGR

New features are on the way with watchOS 6. The update is epxected to add new applications, watch faces, complications, and much more. Here's all we know.Last week, we broke down all of the new features you can expect to see in iOS 13 at WWDC next month. iOS 13 won’t be the only major update unveiled at the event, however. Read on as we roundu…

watchOS 6 features: New apps, watch faces, and more - 9to5Mac

Apple rejected the app almost a year agoApple rejected the app almost a year ago

Valve’s Steam Link app is finally available for iOS and Apple TV - The Verge

The fallout from the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to allow an antitrust lawsuit against Apple over an alleged monopoly on iOS apps via the App Store won't immediately affect the company, suggests Morgan Stanley, but the legal threat could affect the stock value for years.The fallout from the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to allow an antitrust lawsuit against Apple over an alleged monopoly on iOS apps via the App Store won't immediately affect the company, suggests Morgan Stanley, but the legal threat could affect the stock value for years.

App Store antitrust lawsuit predicted to impact Apple stock price for years

The U.S. Supreme Court has just dealt a major blow to Apple over behavior on its App Store. The decision will likely have a major impact on big technology corporations.  The Supreme Court has ruled that consumers can sue Apple, Inc. for forcing them to buy apps exclusively from the tech giant. The antitrust suit says that […]

Apple Engages in Monopolistic App Store Behavior, Supreme Court Rules - BeInCrypto

Two days after releasing the previous versions, Apple today released the first developer beta for its next minor updates, including iOS 12.4, macOS 10.14.6 Mojave, watchOS 5.3, and tvOS 12.4.Two days after releasing the previous versions, Apple today released the first developer beta for its next minor updates, including iOS 12.4, macOS 10.14.6 Mojave, watchOS 5.3, and tvOS 12.4.

Apple releases first betas for iOS 12.4, macOS 10.14.6, watchOS 5.3, and tvOS 12.4 - Neowin