Monday Apple Rumors: Apple Arcade Games May Come to Other Platforms

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Leading the Apple  (NASDAQ: AAPL ) rumor mill today is news of Arcade plans. Today, we'll look at that and other Apple Rumors for Monday.

Monday Apple Rumors: Apple Arcade Games May Come to Other PlatformsArcade Games : A recent rumor claims that Apple Arcade games will be available on other platforms , reports MacRumors . According to this rumor, the tech company will allow developers to release games developed for Arcade on home consoles and PCs. However, they will have to wait until a brief exclusivity deal ends before they can do this. The rumor also says that developers will not be allowed to put their games on Android devices.

iOS 13 : Rumor has it that AAPL is going to be making some major changes when iOS 13 rolls out , AppleInsider notes. This rumor claims that the tech company will be including several new features in iOS 13. Among these new features is a "Dark Mode" There's also talk that the mobile operating system update will include a universal "undo" feature. Both of these are likely features that iOS users will welcome with open arms.

Foxconn : Foxconn will indeed start mass producing iPhones in India , reports 9to5Mac . The news was confirmed by Terry Gou, the founder and Chairman of the company. These statements come after rumors from last week claimed that just such a change was going to take place. Gou doesn't say what iPhone models will be made in India, but recent rumors point to the iPhone X being among them.

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