Articles tagged with: iOS
Your iPhone is a computer. To help keep it running smooth, rebooting should be a regular part of your iPhone’s maintenance. When I did Mac desktop support, rebooting the computer fixed about half the problems. Seriously.
SnapDot applies a pointillist or “stipling” effect. SnapDot is a slick app with a lot of promise, but it needs to add quite a few more dots before I could recommend the app.
It’s been a bounty week for Instagrammers. In addition to the first significant update since the Facebook purchase, Instagram also quietly added new features to the web interface.
I’ve got some promo codes for both the iOS AND the Mac OS versions of NoIMGdata to give away. To find out how you can get one, read on.
Instagram 2.5 was just released this week. It’s the first significant upgrade to the popular free social photo app since being purchased by Facebook.The update features an undocumented shortcut for direct access to your iPhone’s camera roll
The iOS 5.1.1 update was quietly released by Apple today. It’s mainly a bug-fix release, but there is one new fix that is of interest to iPhoneographers. The new update “Improves reliability of using HDR option for photos taken using the Lock Screen shortcut”.
Recently ClassicTOY and ClassicSAMP were updated. They were both listed as a “minor update (just a few bug fixes)”, but I also noticed that both apps now require a minimum of iOS 4.2 to run.
Today was the Apple keynote from WWDC. In addition to previews of the Mac OS X Lion and iOS5, we got a sneak peek at the updated Apple Camera in iOS5.
Life In LoFi has created this searchable grid which lists the minimum iOS requirements of popular photo apps (and even a few obscure ones). The database also lists the maximum output resolutions and if there are any other known issues with the app. Updated regularly.
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.
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.