Tag Archive: Finish


Finish him! Mortal Kombat X uppercuts its way onto iOS

For the first time since the disappointing Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, the world’s most ultra-violent fighting franchise is making its way onto iOS, courtesy of Mortal Kombat X Mobile: a stripped down, swipe-based version of the console Mortal Kombat X, which…Read more ›

Photo finish: Instagram now more popular than Twitter

Oh good, more selfies. Photo and video sharing platform Instagram announced Wednesday it had surpassed more than 300 million users, doubling its membership in just over a year. Instagram, which has a stream of more than 70 million photos and…Read more ›

I’mma let you finish, but Kanye West’s daughter is the biggest Apple fan of all time

If both of your parents are unabashed Apple fans, there’s every chance that you’ll grow up as a Cupertino addict as well. That appears to be the case for 16-month-old North West, a.k.a. the daughter of Kanye West and Kim…Read more ›

After Apple Design Award, Finish To-Do App Goes Freemium

Teenage developer Ryan Orbuch already has an Apple Design Award under his belt thanks to Finish, his popular to-do app that’s billed as an anti-procrastination tool. Today Finish is going free in the App Store for good, but there’s a catch.…Read more ›    [Read More…]

I’mma Let You Finish, But Kanye West Is The Next Best Steve Jobs Of All Time

Way back in early 2012, Cult of Mac reported on the way that genius artist rap singer Kanye West had raised the ire of Apple fans by claiming that he was “[picking] up where Steve Jobs left off.” Since then…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Watch An Apple Store Construction From Start To Finish In This Internal Apple Video

apple_sign_on_building_in_black_and_white-wide  Apple is well known for its gorgeous retail stores that draw impressive crowds on launch days, but the actual work that goes into the construction of each Apple Mecca is pretty impressive in its own right. An internal Apple video has been published on YouTube highlighting all the details that went into the construction […]

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2K Drive Races Toward The Finish Line On iOS

2kDrive2Some of the folks behind Project Gotham Racing and Blur are bringing their racing game chops to iOS this fall with upcoming premium iOS game, 2K Drive. Developed by Lucid Games (Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery, Pixel Smash) and published by 2K Games (XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Borderlands Legends), 2K Drive aims to be everything […]

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Help ‘Revolution 60′ Finish Production For iOS, The Get To Mac With Kickstarter

Revolution 60This story-based science fiction game for the iPad comes from Giant Spacekat is looking really good, what with its Mass Effect-style choice-making, all female cast, and real-time combat system. The team is so excited, in fact, that they’ve started up a Kickstarter project to polish it up as well as bring it to Mac and […]

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Apple In “Crunch Mode” To Finish iOS 7, But Should Still Ship On Time [Report]

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Jony Ive has been working hard on revamping iOS 7 with a “flatter,” less skeuomorphic design, and Apple is trying to get everything together in time for WWDC in June. iOS 7 is rumored to be a pretty big departure from past versions due to Ive’s involvement. Many of former iOS chief Scott Forstall’s design choices have reportedly been undone by Ive, who prefers a more minimalist aesthetic than Game  [Read More…]

iOS 7 Is Running Behind As Apple Pulls Engineers Off OS X 10.9 To Finish It [Rumor]

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There’s a great discussion unfolding over on Branch between some Apple reporters about the future release date of iOS 7.

According to the sources of those involved in the discussion, Jony Ive’s fingerprints will be all over iOS 7, the only problem is it’s taking longer to develop than originally planned. In fact, Apple might have even pulled engineers away from OS X 10.9 to work on it.