It has been a while since Apple updated its iPad Air line up of tablets, with the iPad Air 2 over a year old since its release in October 2014. The iPad Air 3 was rumored to be released in 2015, but since the year has come and gone, the year 2016 is reportedly the time when it will finally be released. According to a report in TechRadar, after Apple concentrated on releasing the iPad Pro and a new iPad Mini 4 in 2015, this year will likely see the next generation of its flagship iPad Air tablet series.
The report claims that news coming China say that the iPad Air 3 will be released in March 2016. Reports of an Apple event in March, initially said to be an event for the Apple Watch, have started circulating, saying that the company may announce the iPad Air 3 as well at that time. According to another report in Forbes, Tim Cook is said to be revealing the next iPad in March, which in fact returns the product to its "traditional March launch cycle."
Bethesda and ZeniMax are delivering new content for "The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited" called the "Thieves Guild" DLC. The new DLC is arriving on March 7 for PC/Mac, March 22 for Xbox One, and March 23 for the Playstation 4, according to an announcement by Bethesda.
According to a report in GameSpot, gamers who have an existing and active ESO Plus membership will get the DLC as part of their membership benefits, but non-members need not fret as the DLC pack will also be available via the ESO Crown Store, where it can be bought for 2,000 crowns. Other special editions include a Thieves Guild DLC Collector's Bundle for 4,000 crowns, which apart from the Thieves Guild Pack, also includes five Crown Experience Scrolls, the Hammerfell Camel mount and the Kindlespit Dragon Frog.
Through a trailer video, additional details about the DLC pack were also revealed. According to the trailer, the player arrives at Hew's Bane at a time when the Thieves Guild is in great disarray. With the new content, the player will learn an "all-new skill line," which has to do with becoming the best thief, who is able to sneak in and out and most especially steal successfully in his missions. more >>
The iPad Air 3 may be nearing its release date, and fans are expecting pre-orders for Apple's newest tablet to kick off right after it is unveiled in March this year.
So far, Apple has been silent about the iPad Air 3's release date, but there are reports saying the new tablet will be unveiled together with the 4-inch iPhone 5se and the new Apple Watch in the company's event this March. The specs and features of the new device also have not yet been confirmed, but analysts say it will not have the 3D Touch feature present in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, according to Gotta Be Mobile.
Analysts say the iPad Air 3 will sport a new design that includes a Smart Connector for a physical keyboard. The tablet may also boast of a rear camera flash and the iPad Pro's four-speaker design, the report details. more >>
Now here is an invention that should be sent to Flint, Michigan, as soon as possible! A bottle that keeps giving you water through the power of nature.
Known as the Fontus, the water bottle creates its own water with technology that grabs the humidity within the air and turns it into drinkable water.
A video posted to YouTube boasts that the Fontus can create as much as 0.5 quarts of fresh water within one hour. more >>
While it is always good news that a game gets released ahead of its original date of release, in the case of "Five Nights at Freddy's World," it is not the case. According to a report in Polygon, although the game was released ahead of its February 19 release date, the game's creator admitted that he may have done so too early, as there are some gameplay features that are not complete.
Scott Cawthon, the one who created the franchise, wrote on the game's Steam Community page, saying that the game lacks "basic gameplay elements" because of its early release.
He said: ""There are a lot of features that this game should have had before release, features that I was told about, but ignored and didn't implement." These included features such as seeing what abilities do during battle, or seeing your characters' stats page, which are important in any role-playing game. more >>
Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind "Batman: Arkham Knight" is working hard to win back the fans it lost in the past when the game was experiencing various bugs, glitches and problems with frame rate drops. According to a report in Tech Times, this month's downloadable content is also bringing special treats to its fans.
This month's DLC includes the Crime Fighter Challenge Pack #6, which was assembled by Rocksteady after it asked its fans through the "Arkham Knight" online community what content they wanted for the game. The feedback came from the community members themselves, who were asked to identify previous content from the older games in the franchise that they would like to see in "Arkham Knight."
In October last year, Rocksteady wrote its fans: "There will be six new AR Challenges added to the game, and we want your help deciding which locations to use. To decide which maps to feature we're looking for cool stories, fond memories, or your favourite moments from playing these areas in 'Batman: Arkham Asylum' or 'Batman: Arkham City.'" more >>