This week we welcome Brianna Wu, head of development at Giant Spacekat and friend of Macworld, to discuss making games for the Apple TV. Turns out, Apple's restrictions make the most sense if you're developing games Apple's way, but that's obviously not how every game studio works.
We also discuss iOS 9 and our confidence in its stability—as well as our annoyance at those incessant popups urging beta testers to skip right ahead to iOS 9.1. The iPad Pro still has us a bit baffled, so we toss around theories as to what role it will ultimately fill in Apple's lineup and the lives of its eventual users.
How the new Apple TV uses On-Demand Resources to host great apps and games by Serenity Caldwell at iMore
Bottom line: Yes, you should upgrade to iOS 9 by Susie Ochs
How to upgrade to iOS 9 (and, if you need to, reinstall iOS 8) by Roman Loyola
Apple TV drops optical audio-out: How to pump up the volume again by Glenn Fleishman
The iPad Pro is a pilot fish for Apple's ARM Laptop by Glenn Fleishman
iOS 9 FAQ: Everything you need to know about Apple's new mobile OS by Oscar Raymundo
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