Refurbished Apple Pencil now available for $85

Refurbished Apple Pencil for iPad Pro

Apple has begun selling refurbished Pencils on its online store. The stylus, normally $99, is now available for $85. A savings of $14 if you don't mind buying refurbished.

Refurbished Apple products come with a one-year limited warranty and are covered by Apple's 4-day return policy. Each Pencil ships with a Lighting adapter and extra tip.

Sketching app Procreate updated to fix iPad Pro bug


The sketching app Procreate has been updated to squash a bug affecting new iPad Pro users. Version 3.2.4 of the app "fixes a cancelling issue with the canvas zoom and pan gesture on both new iPad Pro models," according to the release notes.

Procreate is an Apple Design Award winning app for sketching, painting and creating on the iPad or iPad Pro. The app is optimized for the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil with up to 16k by 4k high definition canvases on the 12.9-inch model.


New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: SEGA Forever and more

SEGA has begun releasing classic Genesis and Dreamcast titles to the App Store under its new SEGA Forever banner. The initial launch includes three titles that have already been ported to iOS in the past. All the games are free-to-play with the option to remove ads for $1.99. So far the user reviews have been mixed while Touch Arcade says the launch has been a total disaster.

Build your own prison–industrial complex with Prison Architect for the iPad

Prison Architect

Prison Architect: Mobile is a new simulation title for the iPad where you can build and manage your own maximum security prison from the ground up. You can design your own prision with cell blocks, inmate facilities and different amenities such as workout areas. The game even features the ability to build solitary confinement cells and an execution chamber. After you have designed your prison you will need to manage its day-to-day activities like paying your staff and keeping prisoner morale high.

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow launches on June 29th

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow

TinyCo has released a second trailer for Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow. The video features Stephen Hawking, George Takei, Bill Nye, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson announcing the release date for the new mobile game.

In Worlds of Tomorrow players can design their own version of "New New York and explore unfamiliar planets in a mission to save the universe," according to the official Google Play description. The game features RPG-like 16-bit combat, choose your own adventure elements and the ability to customize characters in different outfits.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: PS4 PlayLink and more

Knowledge is Power PlayLink

Sony announced PlayLink for the PlayStation 4 at E3 this week. The new app allows users to play games on their console by using the touchscreen of their iOS device. Sony previewed a few upcoming PlayLink titles that will be availble at launch. Check out the descriptions and trailers below.

PlayLink will be available for free on both the App Store and Google Play on July 4th.

Feral Interactive's Hitman coming to macOS

Hitman macOS

Feral Interactive's popular Hitman series is coming to macOS. The Mac version is a port of Hitman: The Complete First Season which was released to Linux earlier this year. The game includes a prequel to the original Hitman, and six international missions that take place years after the events of Hitman: Absolution. The series also includes three bonus missions.

10.5-inch iPad Pro confirmed to have 4GB of RAM

10.5-inch iPad Pro Teardown

iFixit has published their teardown of the newly released 10.5-inch iPad Pro giving it a Repairability Score of 2 out of 10 (easiest to repair = 10). They also confirmed that the 10-inch model is powered by 4GB RAM (2 Mircron 2GB LPDDR4 chips). This puts the 10.5-inch model on par with the original 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

The 10.5-inch model is slightly bigger than the 9.7-inch model, but at 0.24-inches it is equally as thin. The reduced size of the bezels is what makes the 10-inch model unique. This gives it the same feel as an original iPad while delivering more display. Other design changes include the microphone-hole being migrated from "beside the rear-facing camera to the selfie camera zone," according to iFixit.

10.5- and 12.9-inch iPad Pad Pro 2 models now in Apple retail stores

iPad Pro 2

If you wanted to physically preview the newly released 10.5- or 12.9-inch iPad Pro before making the plunge on a new tablet, the new models are now in Apple's retail stores. Both models have been released to 38 countries including the U.S., Australia, Canada, China and Japan.

Apple shows the iPad some love with iOS 11

iPad iOS 11

After being relatively ignored for the last couple years, Apple has finally shown the iPad some love in iOS 11. The company on Monday previewed the new OS at WWDC in San Jose, California alongside macOS High Sierra and other products. The official tagline for iOS 11 reads: "A giant step for iPhone. A monumental leap for iPad." Apple promises that iOS 11 will make your "iPad experience even more powerful and personal." Here's how:



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