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A newly granted Apple Patent may open the door for new features and higher quality for the iPhone camera
The U.S. Patent Office this week gave Apple a patent on what the company called “Digital Camera with Light Splitter” technology. In its filing, Apple explained how a future iPhone could use a mirror to reflect light and incorporate a zoom lens installed on the horizontal access of the device.
Camera+ was just updated. It’s now the only third-party camera that you can access from your lock screen. That’s really slick. We’ve got more info, including how to install the widget.
ProCam 2 has just been updated. There are a few new features and big changes for users who’ve purchased the in-app filter presets.
Popular iPhone and Android photo app VSCO Cam® gets a new update. We’ve got info and a short tutorial on the new Copy + Paste feature.
Apple has crowd-sourced iPhone 6 photos from a variety of social photo sites, and offers us 77 photos gathered from 24 countries. They are amazing and inspiring.
Writer Mel Martin has joined Life In LoFi. He’s spent the last six years at TUAW covering Mac and iOS-related topics.
Tangerine is one of the most talked about films at the Sundance Film Festival this year. In addition to its non-mainstream storyline, the film is shot almost entirely on an iPhone.
Many iPhoneographers use cloud-based storage service Dropbox to store, transfer, and share photos. 7,000,000 Dropbox passwords may have been breached. Here are a few steps you can take to protect yourself and your data.
Some iPhone 6 Plus users are reporting that their new devices were bent during normal activities, usually as a result of sitting with the device still in their pockets.
AppleInsider is reporting that Apple has opened up at least 24 new positions for their in-house camera hardware and software engineering teams. This further illustrates that Apple takes iPhoneography seriously and how the iPhone and other mobile devices have changed photography.
SnappyLabs has been purchased by Apple. SnappyLabs is the developer of SnappyCam, the fastest full-quality burst mode camera available in the App Store. The app has since been removed for sale.
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