There’s no denying that iPhoto for iOS is pretty great, but let’s not forget all of the third-party image editing apps that came before it. After all, those developers aren’t going to just pack up their toys and go home -- instead, they’ll likely step up their game accordingly and put Apple’s own solution in their crosshairs.
Say, did something happen this week that made headlines? We're trying to remember what it was… Oh yeah! Now we remember. The New iPad busted down other tablet makers' doors, dragged them out of bed, and spanked them right across the bottoms. And a bunch of diehard Apple fans camped out ready to be there when it happened.
I hauled out of bed this morning and headed out to check out the commotion over at the downtown San Francisco Apple Store. This time around, things were a little tricky as construction has ripped out the sidewalk in front of the Apple Store, which had those in line queued up around the opposite side of the block. Also, it was raining, but that's why you invest in a proper raincoat, folks. Because you never know when you'll be waiting outside the Apple Store.
After you check out the gallery, please send me your launch pictures, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the Apple Store location in the body text.
While there has been plenty of talk about what the new iPad will do for mobile gaming, it won't just be the button-mashers and screen-tilters that benefit from the 2048x1536 display; even tasks like taking notes or setting an alarm are visual spectacles when done with 3.1 million pixels in tow. If you're planning on picking up the third generation of Apple's powerful tablet today or down the line, you'll want to load up your device with apps are as stunning as they are functional. Here are five apps that show off the initial strength of the tablet display in a variety of ways.
The new iPad has come a long way in just two years. With iPad 2, Apple responded to critics by adding two cameras--a low-res VGA one in the front for FaceTime and a disappointing (for still photos, anyway) 0.92 megapixel rear-facing camera. Now, Apple has finally brought iPad into the 21st century of digital photography with a decent 5-megapixel iSight camera. It’s still better for videos than snapshots (especially due to the awkwardness of holding it) but shutterbugs will definitely see an improvement over its predecessor.
Your new iPad is finally in your hands and it's glowing, probably because of the crisp brightness of that new Retina Display. You should protect that super sleek, shiny chassis with a case. Here's five that we've reviewed that check out and are a perfect fit for your new toy.
Most of the time, new iPhone and iPad games seem to appear out of thin air -- suddenly up for sale in the App Store without any sort of lengthy promotional campaign. But when we're lucky, we hear about exciting releases weeks or months in advance; and as Apple's devices continue to surge in popularity, that's becoming more and more common. Case in point: here are a dozen upcoming iOS games that we're really looking forward to playing, and while they vary in size, scope, and subject, all caught our eye and may well catch yours too.
I was a little surprised to see this guy waiting for me on my desk this morning. Anyway, here it is! The new Apple TV! It looks...exactly like its predecessor. Even the ports on the back are the same. But it's what on the inside that counts, right?
If you're like us, you love your iPhone 4S for all its new features. But sometimes, that battery life is a little less than ideal, and carrying around an extra battery pack has become a neccessity. Fortunately, there's a plethora of cases that come packed with extra life for your iPhone. Here are five that we're particularly fond of.
It's always been easy to snap and store photos on iOS, but now you can snap a photo and edit it with just a few taps. However, if you're eager to try out the new iPhoto for iOS, but all of your photos live somewhere else, you might be stumped about how to get all of those photos onto your iPad. Well, we'll show you!
Read on to learn how you can import your digital memories into iPhoto for iOS and prepare them for editing, viewing, and sharing.