It's been almost 11 years since Apple launched the App store, and to mark the anniversary of the App Store, the Cupertino tech giant is rebooting an old classic iOS - Texas Hold'em. Initially made for the iPod Touch in 2006, and then brought to the iPhone in 2008. The redesigned version of the card game is free to play unlike the original, which cost $ 5, and was eventually removed from the App Store in 2011. The game was the first reboot times viewed by 9to5Mac on Monday. The newer version also accommodates larger screen sizes than modern Apple devices, although the game mechanism is similar to the original - allowing you to bet with fake money, and polish your poker skills.
Apple's original $ 5 Texas Hold'em was launched for the fifth generation iPod in September 2006 before arriving on the iPhone and iPod touch in July 2008, an oddity where Apple rarely develops its own mobile game. A surprising little change from the previous game release to a re-release: Apple has reformatted the application to look taller, Retina featured, but retained most of the same background themes, digital characters, and music from before - even with "new characters" and "More challenging gameplay." This game can be played in portrait or landscape orientation. If you want to Buy Texas Hold'em Poker Chips
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Apple has long had a full relationship with poker and other online games. While operators can sometimes find ways to slip their games through the company's screening process, real money game applications are only permitted on the App Store when created by a licensed operator in regulated jurisdiction.
Last month, Apple further acted by hinting that it would no longer allow real money gambling applications to be built using embedded HTML5 code. Instead, all game applications - along with applications from several additional categories - must now be created using the original iOS code, and not the "wrapper" that is usually used to direct users to existing HTML5 games.