After what seems like a lifetime of anticipation, Final Fantasy VI for iOS has finally touched down in the App Store. Representing the FF series at its 2D peak, the game (which originally hit consoles back in 1994) takes place… Read more ›
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Coinciding with the launch of its new Mac Pro, Apple has released an update to Final Cut Pro X — adding new Mac Pro-optimized features to the video editing suite. The update comes as no surprise, since Apple let us… Read more ›
Following up on the successful release of Final Fantasy IV on iOS back in 2012, publisher Square-Enix is following it up with a sequel, which follows up on the characters and events of that game twenty years later. It’s called… Read more ›
Square-Enix has a great habit of porting over their worst Final Fantasy games to iOS without ever giving iPhone or iPad owners the games they really want, like Final Fantasy VI or VII. That seems to be coming to an end, though: Square-Enix is finally releasing Final Fantasy VI, their best 16-bit Final Fantasy game […]
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Breaking Bad fans have been upset with Apple because of a mixup regarding Season Passes in the iTunes Store. If you’re a fan of the show you know that the creators decided to slip the last season into two parts, effectively creating two separate seasons of 8 episodes each: “Season 5’ and “The Final Season.” […]
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The e-book price-fixing saga between the U.S. government and Apple has finally come to an end. After a long and messy trial, presiding judgeÂ Denise Cote has given the final ruling against Apple. The injunction isn’t as punitive as expected, but there are still several stipulations that will change the way Apple does business regarding the […]
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It has been two years since Apple debuted the completely redesigned Final Cut Pro X in the Mac App Store for only $ 300. Final Cut Pro X was a simplified, barebones version of the $ 700 workhorse that came before it, and Apple managed to lose the faith of many media professionals in one fell swoop. Although Apple has continued to add big features to the new Final [Read More...]
Hot on the heels of word that Apple was launching a new campaign to try to woo video professionals back into the embrace of Final Cut Pro, Apple has released Final Cut Pro X version 10.0.8, adding new features and shoring up some weaknesses.
Here’s what is new in the update:
â€¢ Support for Sony XAVC codec up to 4K resolution â€¢ Option to display ProRes [Read More...]
The Touch is a cool-looking new way to control Adobe Lightroom, either using your Magic trackpad or your iPad. It’s a small app that runs alongside Lightroom (or Final Cut Pro X) and lets you control it using all manner of gestures, taps, and swipes, letting you focus less on which slider to grab and more on looking at the image itself.
The $ 20 app take over the trackpad and lets you use one, two, three, four or [Read More...]
Apple issued the first beta of iOS 6.1 to developers back at the beginning of November. Since then, the software has undergone four beta revisions. The latest version was seeded on December 17th.
A new rumor from German blog iFun claims that the final iOS 6.1 GM (the same version that’s released publicly for everyone) is in the final internal testing stages, and the software is about to be released to registered [Read More...]