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'Fortnite' is back on iPhone and iPad

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With 5G and ever-faster Wi-Fi, cloud gaming is set to become big business, worth more than $3 billion this year alone, according to one estimate.
All the big players have – or are launching – cloud gaming services. But if you’re on iOS, there’s bad news: Apple won’t allow cloud gaming services on the App Store.
It’s too bad, because a huge range of titles could be immediately available to play on iPhone or iPad.
The good news is that most cloud games will play through a browser. Indeed, Nvidia’s GeForce Now soon will feature popular multiplayer game Fortnite – banned by Apple from the App Store due to a legal dispute with the game’s developer – and there’s little Cupertino can do about it.
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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“A force of self-interest throughout the industry made Windows ubiquitous. Compaq and all these different vendors made Windows ubiquitous. They didn’t know how to spell software, but they wanted to put something on their machines. That made Windows ubiquitous.” – Steve Jobs
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