Apple's New Tech Will See Game Devs Taking iOS Seriously

Pete Davison: I'll happily admit it: I'm a fan of Apple products. Ever since I got my hands on the original iPhone, I've never strayed outside of the Apple zone for my smartphone needs. Previously, I was a Nokia man -- I even owned an N-Gage for a while, more fool me -- but Apple's tech blew everything away, even limited as it was in the very beginning.

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pangitkqb2923d ago (Edited 2923d ago )

The ability to stream wirelessly from an iPhone or iPad is awesome, but do I really want another device under my TV? I have so many things connected already that do similar things.

Additionally, my Toshiba Thrive Tablet has an HDMI out and hooks easily and directly to my big screen. No extra $99 for the Apple TV needed and it has access to countless movie services.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not opposed to Apple and the idea is good. It's just not as revolutionary as it may at first seem. It will impact gaming, but Angry Birds at 42 inches is not suddenly as cool as Skyrim @ 42 inches. It's fun, but deeper experiences will still command my living room.

2920d ago