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Access & View All Selfies Taken on iPhone Camera Instantly

If you take a lot of selfies with the iPhone you’ll be pleased to know that you can quickly access every selfie ever taken with the front facing iPhone camera by using a simple sorting album in the iPhone Photos app. Likewise, if you just want to see all the selfies taken by someone else, … Read More

Two years on, iBeacons still haven’t taken off

Apple launched its iBeacons to great fanfare back in 2013, but since then… well, they haven’t exactly taken the retail world by storm. An interesting new article by Bloomberg digs into some of the facts and figures about Apple’s beacon technology, citing reports claiming that only 3 percent of retailers currently use beacons, and just 16 […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Home Sharing taken out of iOS 8.4, confounding users

If you’ve upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8.4 in order to take advantage of the insanely great Apple Music, you won’t be able to use Home Sharing to play the iTunes music from your Mac via your iOS… Read more ›

How to See the Exact Location Where a Photo was Taken with a Mac

The digital cameras included with iPhone, Android, and many others, have an option to geotag pictures using the devices GPS hardware, effectively pinpointing the exact location a photo was taken and bundling that geographic location data into the metadata of a picture. While you can turn off photo geotagging on iPhone and iPad, many users … Read More

How to View Only Videos Taken with iPhone in the Photos App

A very welcome change has arrived to the Photos app post iOS 7 that allows you to easily view only videos taken with an iOS device, presenting them in an easy to view and share format. This is a huge improvement to past editions of Photos app, and the new sorting feature prevents you from having to scroll endlessly through a gigantic Camera Roll to see what’s a movie amongst a million pictures.

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How Instagram Intelligently Straightens The Wonky Photos Taken On Your iPhone

Instagram-straighteningThere’s a nifty image editing feature inside Instagram for iPhone that helps you quickly straighten out wonky images before you upload them. It’s fast, and it seems to do a great job of straightening out your photo without any manual tweaking. That’s thanks to Instagram’s intelligent correction technology that uses data captured by your iPhone’s […]

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How The iPhone’s ‘Tri-Tone’ Message Alert Was Taken From A 1998 MP3 Player

iPhone-message-alertYou don’t have to spend too much time in a public place before you hear the iPhone’s default “tri-tone” alert — it’s everywhere, and everyone knows exactly what it means. But do you know where it came from? You may be surprised to hear that it wasn’t actually composed for the iPhone, but for a […]

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25 Ways The iPad Has Taken Over The World In Just Three Years [Gallery]

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It seems like we’ve been using iPads forever now, but the greatest tablet computer ever made is still an incredibly young piece of gadgetry. In fact, it’s celebrating its third birthday today.

What other three year old do you know who has changed the world like the iPad has?

A ton of tech luminaries and pundits thought the iPad wouldn’t even make it this far, but boy, were they wrong. Over the  [Read More…]

Heres The First Comparison Of A Picture Taken With The iPhone 5 And The iPhone 4S

Apple didn’t release any side-by-side comparisons of the iPhone 5′s image quality next to the iPhone 4S, and we won’t see direct�comparisons�until reviews hit the web closer to the iPhone 5 launch date. However, Scott Everett noticed that Apple used a picture of Big Sur in their iPhone 5 photos gallery that was nearly identical to one he took recently with his iPhone 4S, giving us our first direct comparison of image  [Read More…]

All These Incredible Olympic Photos Were Taken With An iPhone 4S [Gallery]

If you’re a professional photographer going to the London to cover the Olympics, you’d probably want to take a huge DSLR and a couple thousand dollars worth of extra lenses to get the best pictures possible, right? Wrong.

Dan Chung is covering the Olympics for The Guardian, only instead of using his fancy pants DSLR, Chung is capturing the entire event using only his iPhone 4S and some binoculars. He edits the  [Read More…]