Warren Buffett and Apple Team-up For New Game

Warren Buffett and Apple Team-up For New Game

"We now believe that it is more likely than not that the income tax benefits that we recognized are not valid", and took the charge for "uncertain tax positions" related to its investments, Berkshire said.

It's a completely free iPhone game - no microtransactions or other in-app purchases required.


The app was first debuted during the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders' meeting, where both Tim Cook and Warren Buffett kicked off the events by showcasing the game. The mechanics are simple but the game promises to increase in difficulty as the teenage Buffett travels from his hometown of Omaha to Cupertino for a visit at Apple HQ. To get high scores in this game, your delivery skills should be excellent. According to MacRumors report, it's the first game Apple has launch since 2008, last time iPhone maker created a game for its iPod title Texas Hold'em. The theme and launching of this game have a reason behind it. This comes at a time when Apple is witnessing a decline in hardware sales and is looking forward to chalking out a new path by diverting its attention towards subscription-based services.

Warren Buffett has said he wants to invest more in the United Kingdom and other parts of Europe, despite uncertainty over the UK's future relationship with the EU. The company also has major investments in such companies as Apple, American Express, Coca-Cola and Wells Fargo & Co.


Buffett was chronicled to have been a newspaper carrier in his childhood and he was never ashamed of it.

Interestingly, the App Store page lists "Wildlife Design, Inc." as the developer of the game.


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