Articles tagged with: 4
GreenSpot Fix removes the blue-green tint in the center of a photo when the picture is taken under fluorescent lights on an iPhone 4. This is an excellent app and an essential utility for iPhone 4 owners.
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.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Chris Pirillo has posted to his blog an excellent video, comparing the cameras of the two latest Apple iDevices.
Apple has announce that the iPhone 4 Case Program will end on September 30, in about 2 and half weeks.
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.
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.
The ProCamera 2.8 update by daemgen.net was released yesterday and it is one of very few camera replacements apps that is fully iPhone 4 compatible.
The September 2010 issue of Macworld features a cover shot of an iPhone 4… that was shot and post-processed using an iPhone 4!
ClearCam for iPhone is on sale for $0.99 – that’s half off the $1.99 it normally goes for and a huge $7 off what some of us paid for it when it was only available for jailbroken iPhones.
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
One app that has been indispensable to me during the iPhone 4 testing I’ve done is PhotoSize by Danny Goodman. It does one thing — it quickly and easily displays the pixel dimensions of any imagein your iPhone’s photo library.