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The iPhone is making its way into the studio as more iPhoneographers are using their device under studio conditions. While the iPhone will never replace a good pro Nikon, Hasselblad, or Canon back, it is …
The Verizon iPhone 4 streets on February 10 here in the States. Reviews from all over are being released. Unable to score a preview device for review, I’m posting links to other reviews, gathered here in one place. Have a look.
Cult of Mac is reporting that the long-delayed white iPhone 4 is being delayed not because of mismatched home buttons, light leaking from the case, or antenna issues, but because of light leaks within the camera.
Saving full-res iPhone 4 images down to 2MP often results in an image size of 1600×1196 or 1195 pixels. What happens to the missing 4-5 pixels? It’s actually not a bug in the iOS or in the apps themselves.
Apple has announce that the iPhone 4 Case Program will end on September 30, in about 2 and half weeks.
Apple released the iOS 4.1 update for iPhone on Wednesday. Among the new features is HDR (High Dynamic Range) for the Apple Camera. The new HDR feature is true HDR.
Today’s Apple September Event was more than the traditional refreshing of the iPod line. There were lots of goodies from Apple for iPhone users as well. The release for the iOS 4 update was announced and the iPod Touch now gets two cameras.
While the rest of us are waiting patiently for our free iPhone 4 cases from Apple, here’s a really cool case mod for your iPhone 4 — one that looks like a Leica M8 camera.
Today, Apple released the iOS 4.0.2 update for iPhone. Unless your iPhone is jailbroken, it’s a good OS update for most users.
In case you don’t obsessively check for app updates like me, here are a few of the more significant iPhone photo app updates released around July 20, 2010
The LifeInLoFi.com review. It’s an amazing device and a significant upgrade and definitely worthy of its hype. Despite the version 1.0 bugs, the iPhone 4 is a game changer which expands the capabilities of iPhone photographers.
If you’re experiencing the low light yellow cast issue some iPhone 4 owners are having with their camera, the Auto White Balance filter in PhotoForge probably does the best job the quickest in removing the yellow cast