As if the Nintendo Switch wasn't getting enough awesome accessories already (like that GameCube controller and adapter), it's set to become home to classic gaming NES fun! The company then finally confirmed a specific launch date on Wednesday, stating in a tweet that more information about the online service will be revealed during a rescheduled Nintendo Direct stream on September 13th. Ultimate, some more info about that new Yoshi game, and if you're feeling really lucky, an Animal Crossing Switch announcement.
The New $1,449 iPhone Won't Include A Free Headphone Dongle
Perhaps the most shocking news to come out of the iPhone event was that Apple has made a decision to kill off the iPhone X . So good that I've pretty much stopped using my DSLR because it's so much easier to bust my iPhone out of my pocket.
Nintendo Direct Delayed Due to natural disaster in Hokkaido, Japan
Nintendo has delayed its upcoming Nintendo Direct due to an quake that has struck the northern island of Hokkaido, Japan. At least eight people have been killed as a result of the quake and 5.3 million left without electricity.
We weren't entirely sure what to expect from today's delayed Nintendo Direct, but I think it was worth the wait. Super Mario Bros. and forthcoming Excitebike and Ice Climber games. Not a bad price, considering PS Plus and Xbox Live Gold both cost about $60 a year, though by all accounts you won't get as much with a Switch Online subscription. Individual membership is separated into three tiers: $3.99 for one month; $7.99 for three months and $19.99 for 12 months.
IPhone XS shows that Apple is now Tim Cook’s company
Apple hasn't publicly explained itself, though chief executive Tim Cook may explain the firm's thinking in a future earnings call. The iPhone XS has a resolution of 2436 x 1125, while the iPhone XS Max comes in at 2688 x 1242 simply due to its larger size.