You Can (Finally, Once Again) Emulate Retro Games on Your iPhone

Super Mario World running on the Delta emulator for iOS Credit: Testut Tech, Nintendo Apple is finally loosening its strict stance towards video game emulation , meaning iPhone users can now play retro video games right on their phones, even if those games don’t have official mobile apps yet. All it takes is a simple

April 18th, 2024|Categories: Apple, iPhone, News|

Secure Your Credit Card by Changing This iPhone Setting

Why You Can Trust CNET Our expert, award-winning staff selects the products we cover and rigorously researches and tests our top picks. If you buy through our links, we may get a commission. Reviews ethics statement You should tweak this iPhone setting now if your phone's case holds your credit card. Zachary McAuliffe Staff writer

April 18th, 2024|Categories: Apple, iPhone, News|

First alternative app store launches for iPhone users in Europe

Published Apr 17th, 2024 2:16PM EDT With iOS 17.4 allowing alternative app stores for European users with an iPhone, the first third-party app marketplace has finally debuted. AltStore is the first alternative app store that can be downloaded by iOS users living in the European Union. With the “Sideloading for Everyone” slogan, the alternative app

April 18th, 2024|Categories: Apple, iPhone, News|

iPhone 15 Pro isn’t the gaming device I hoped it could be

I was never into mobile gaming. I mean, unless you consider Pokémon Shuffle, Pokémon GO, Alto’s Odyssey, and Mini Motors as software for gamers. With the iPhone 15 Pro, Apple focused a lot on its gaming capabilities with hardware raytracing and other GPU features focused on this market. I’m not entirely oblivious to the iPhone

April 15th, 2024|Categories: Apple, iPhone, News|

Researchers made a holographic display from a plain old iPhone 14 screen

Science fiction often relies heavily on holographics to showcase the future of technology. For the most part, though, holographic tech has always seemed a bit outside our wheelhouse, with the tech needed to create realistic holographic displays being exceptionally expensive. Now, though, researchers have done it with an ordinary iPhone screen. Currently, the only way

April 14th, 2024|Categories: Apple, iPhone, News|
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