Tag Archive: Direction

One Direction, Pharrell and others will headline free Apple Music Festival

Apple has announced the line-up for its upcoming Apple Music Festival, previously known as the iTunes Festival — featuring performances from Apple favorite Pharrell Williams, One Direction, Florence + The Machine, and others. The concerts take place in London, in the U.K., over 10 days from September 19 to September 28. “We wanted to do […]

Hub Accepts USB Plugs In Any Direction

Yesterday’s biggest news – the biggest I tell you – was the announcement of a new USB plug that can be stuck into its hole any way you like, eliminating one of the many frustrations of USB connectors. But that… Read more ›     

Switch Direction When Taking Panorama Photos with iPhone

Switch panorama camera direction

Panorama Mode on the iPhone is easily one of the better features of the devices camera, and it makes taking incredible panoramic images easier than ever. The camera defaults to taking pictures from left to right, but there are times where you’ll want to take a picture from right to left instead, and doing so is just a matter of tapping the screen:

Open Panorama as usual by tapping  [Read More…]

Reverse Direction In The Task Switcher With This Keyboard Tip [OS X Tips]

You know the Task Switcher, right? It�s the keyboard command you use to switch between apps on your Mac. The list of apps in the Task Switcher grows or shrinks as you open and close apps. Sometimes that list can grow pretty large. If you go very fast you might skip past the app you want and find yourself having to go through the entire list again since it wraps around  [Read More…]

How to Change the Scrolling Direction in Lion [OS X Tips]

One of the most�noticeable�changes in OS X Lion is Apple�s reversal of traditional page scrolling. In Lion, Apple has adopted an iOS approach to scrolling by changing the way that the user scrolls up and down; instead of moving the window around the content, you actually move the content itself. This method of scrolling works great when you�re on a touchscreen device like an iPhone or iPad, but a more traditional desktop  [Read More…]