New iPad Games and Apps of the Week: World of Tanks Generals and more

World of Tanks Generals

There were a lot of iPad-only titles released this week so let's jump right in. We also hope everyone had a happy thanksgiving and a fruitful Black Friday. Just one quick reminder, the App Store will not be accepting new apps and app updates from December 22-29. You can read the official Apple announcement here.

Here are this week's noteworthy App Store releases for the iPad through 11/22/15 to 11/27/15. Don't forget to check out our App Store recap every Saturday for all the weekly releases, jailbreak tweaks, App Store news and important app updates.

Sprint offering iPad Pro for $200 down with 24 monthly payments of $36.67

Sprint iPad pro

Sprint has rolled out its own iPad Pro pricing plan for buyers who can't afford to pay $1,079 up front. Sprint customers can decide to go with the Sprint Easy Pay plan for $200 down followed by 24 monthly payments of $36.67. This will nab you a 128GB iPad Pro Wi-Fi plus cellular model, which is normally retails for $1,079 from

Mobile title 'Prune' named Time Magazine game of the year

Prune for iOS

Time Magazine has released their Top 10 Video Games of the Year and the mobile title Prune was selected as the number one video game for 2015. This marks the second time a mobile title has been selected as the number one game on Time's top 10 list. Last year the steampunk title 80 Days took the top honors.

Five great apps for your iPad Pro

Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade

Since it was announced in September developers have been busy updating their apps with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil support. Several popular apps such as Google Chrome have been updated with multitasking support and games like Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade take advantage of the tablet's 12.9-inch screen and new A9X processor. Here's a quick look at some iOS apps that work well with the iPad Pro.

Apple acknowledges iPad Pro bug, releases support document

iPad Pro Support

Apple last week released a support document acknowledging that some iPad Pro models are freezing for an unknown reason. The support document was released after Apple support forums and other social sharing sites such as Reddit started filling up with complaints about unresponsive iPad Pro models. The problem seems to occur mostly after a user charges his or her iPad Pro.

Five crowdfunded iPad Pro and Apple Pencil accessories

Pad & Pencil

There aren't a lot of iPad Pro accessories available at this time, and the biggest complaint with what is available is the lack of an Apple Pencil option. This means that the current cases do not offer a way to store or carry the $99 stylus alongside your 12.9-inch tablet. Even the announced but unreleased cases from trusted accessory makers such as Zagg and other popular companies lack Apple Pencil support. You can see a list of upcoming and available iPad Pro cases here, and a few carrying cases and sleeve options here. Today we're looking at some iPad Pro case options with Apple Pencil support from crowdfunding websites such as Indiegogo and Kickstarter.

Apple customers are complaining about frozen iPad Pro models

iPad Pro

The Apple forums and Reddit are full of complaints from customers who claim that their iPad Pro models are freezing while charging. In an Apple forum post titled, "iPad Pro shuts off while charging and requires a hard reset to turn on," users darkfire.shadows reports that their new iPad Pro model shut down three times while charging. The user was forced to perform a "hard reset" to get the device to begin working.

New iPad Games and Apps of the Week: Nuts! The Battle of the Bulge

Apple TV Categories

Apple this week finally added categories to the Apple TV App Store. Upon launch the App Store only included the sections Featured, Purchases, and Search. This made it difficult for users to find what apps were available on the App Store without searching for a specific title. The App Store now includes a Top Charts section, an Entertainment section and Games section. Apple is expected to rollout more subcategories to the Apple TV App Store in the future.

Zagg Flash Sale: 25 percent off all tablet screen protectors [Deals]

Zagg Tablet Flash Sale

Mobile accessory maker Zagg is holding a 24-hour Black Friday preview. All InvisibleShield screen protectors for tablets are 25% off until midnight. You can take advantage of this deal at while using the promo code: 25OFFTABLET at checkout.


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