As the launch of the fourth-generation iPad just 7-months after the launch of the third iteration of the tablet showed, Apple is no longer operating on its previous product cycles. For the reasons I noted here just a few weeks ago, it is becoming increasingly difficult to predict what Apple will refresh (or release) next.
Yuheng Software has tonight released its epic role-playing action adventure title – Devil’s Creed – on Apple’s iPad. Hitting Android OS for the first time back in mid-October, the side-scrolling retro anime-style RPG sees players take the role of the Devil King, as he once again aims to defeat the invading human troops, and usher in a 100-year-long peacetime.
Rejoice! Head of the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict XVI, on Monday officially joined micro-blogging service Twitter, managing to gain close to 500,000 followers by Wednesday afternoon.
Also joining in on Cyber Monday celebrations this week is international auction site eBay, who is notably now offering Apple’s 3rd Gen Black 32GB Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad for just $599.00 – (that’s 17-percent off the tablet’s list price of $729.00).
In an attempt to further sales of the tablet in all its available varieties this holiday season, Apple earlier tonight issued a new mailshot to its customers. The mailshot, which is accompanied by the tagline: “There’s more than one way to give them everything they want,” focuses full attention on the new iPad mini and iPad with Retina display, and the over 275,000 which now work out-of-the-box with both devices.