Apple will most likely be showing off their new health book book app at WWDC this year, starting June 2nd. In the mean time Jayaprasad has developed a web demo of that app that can be viewed on your iPhone or on the web here. It’s still unknown what the final version will look like but this is just based on what’s been leaked. I’m personally really excited about the new health book app and how it’ll interact with the iWatch.
With the release of iOS 7, there was a new API that enabled the use of third party controllers. There are now a few different controllers on the market, check the Moga controller and the Logitech controller. Both are good controllers, I still would wait a bit because they are both around $100 and there aren’t many games that are compatible at the moment.
If you missed it earlier this week, there is finally a iOS 7 Jailbreak that was released by evasion, and you can download it for FREE. If you haven’t ever jailbroken your iPhone or iOS device, stay tuned for a tutorial on jailbreaking all iOS 7 devices. A new exclusive OS X emulator was released today called OpenEmu, which is a all in one emulator built from the ground up for OS X. I’ve gotten a chance to play around with it a bit, and it’s very neat, clean, and stores all your rome and emulators all in one place. My only complaint is that it doesn’t directly support N64 yet, however I’m sure they will add it soon. This is also available for FREE to download.