Reviews | Page 3 | iMore

Reviews

iPhone 7 Review: Now in (Product) RED

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus fuse data, processors, even lenses, to bring us the best performance, battery life, and cameras ever — minus one headphone jack.

More →


Swift Playgrounds: Previewing Apple's remarkable new portal to code

Swift Playgrounds is going to change the way we learn to code, for generations to come.

More →


iPhone SE review: Now 32 + 128 GB bigger on the inside!

Apple has just updated iPhone SE to make it even bigger on the inside: 64 GB and 128 GB big.

More →


Shardlight review: A post-apocalyptic adventure dripping with mystery

Since I have had good luck with [sci-fi point-and-click adventure games in the past, I downloaded Shardlight in the hopes that the post-apocalyptic nature of the story would hold up its end of the bargain.

More →


Sony MDR-1000X review: No noise is good noise

Good headphones keep out other noise. Great ones let it in when you want them to. Check out MrMobile's video review!

More →


Djinn Caster Review: Wonderful storytelling wrapped in an action RPG

If you're a gamer, you may be turned off by Djinn Caster because it's published by Kemco — and I wouldn't blame you. After all, they've pumped out some pretty lackluster titles in the past. But Djinn Caster is worth a look!

More →


The Nintendo Switch is MrMobile's new favorite thing

MrMobile wouldn't call himself much of a gamer, but that may be about to switch... (Switch! Get it?!)

More →


Slayaway Camp Review: A morbid, funny, and entertaining puzzle game with killer flair — literally!

Slayaway Camp is a puzzle game that also serves as an homage to the campy and cheesy 80s slasher films that populated the silver screen during the time of mullets and acid wash jeans. Come for the nostalgia; stay for the bloodshed.

More →


Apple Watch Ceramic Edition Review

Gone are golds yellow and rose and in their place Apple Watch has a whole new Edition — Ceramic White.

More →


Hidden Folks Review: A cute and whimsical Where's Waldo for the digital age

While I haven't picked up a Where's Waldo book in 15 years, Hidden Folks made me feel just like I had one in my hands again, but the experience was even more mesmerizing than I remembered.

More →


Pages