Score one for cheap iOS gaming, a profitable one that is! Epic Games, the powerhouse developer behind Gears of War and the Unreal Tournament franchise as well as the popularly-used Unreal Engine, has found the best return-on-investment on a game that is not available for consoles or PC… a series exclusive to iOS.
iPhone Alley introduces a brand new way to stay up-to-date on all things happening in the world of iOS. Alleyside Daily is a roundup of news headlines, applications, and products delivered in a unique IM-style, opinionated format. The goal is for one article to provide everything you need to know
One could argue that the single biggest App Store developer and pioneer is Gameloft. Their constant churning out of solid games with blatant inspiration to more popular series has proven to be a staple of the App Store since Hero of Sparta, one of the first “PSP-quality” 3D games on
Well, we found out last week that iPhone Girl wasn't fired for accidentally letting a picture of herself end up on someone's new iPhone 3G. She found fame incidentally and suddenly, with her photograph rapidly traveling from one corner of the internet to another, so it's not surprising that she's a little freaked out by all the media attention (like this post) she's getting.
Remember the pictures of a factory worker found on an shiny new iPhone 3G. Well, China.org.cn has dug up some more information about the cheerful-looking factory worker in the images on teh device. According to their sources, the pictures were a routine test of the device's camera, and that the images were accidentally never removed.
Some new iPhone users have reported finishing activating their new phones to find.. a picture of a strange woman with an even stranger hat? Or at least thats what one member of the MacRumor forums is reporting. After syncing it for the first time in iTunes his lock screen background he found out was a a photo of one of the iPhone factory workers. This is not the first case of photos coming pre-loaded onto new iPhone 3G's but it is one of the first to have 1. a person, and 2. the lock screen photo changed. What say you readers? Have you had a similar experience? via MacRumors