I’m going on vacation and considering not bringing my MacBook because I really want to travel light. But I’m worried about having enough storage on my 16GB iPhone for all the movies and music that I want to bring, plus the photos that I’ll be taking. Can I upload big batches of photos to Flickr or somewhere else?
If you’re one of the 300-some thousand people who jumped onto the front
of the iPad bandwagon on launch day--or just happened to pop into an
Apple Store to check one out--you might have noticed that the giant iPod
touch collects more fingerprints than Horatio Caine.
I really like the camera on my iPhone 3GS. It’s not perfect, but I’ve pretty much stopped carrying the Canon point-and-shoot that used to stay with me always. But there’s a specific situation where I really miss that camera--trying to capture either a self-portrait or a self-taken shot of me in a group. Since I can’t see the iPhone’s screen when I point the camera back at myself, it’s hard to hit the shutter button right. Any tips?
Well, if the week before last was the week of the iPad, last week was the week of iPhone OS 4.0. Apple's big announcement event answered a number of criticisms, introduced a bunch of exciting new developments, and set off fresh rounds of speculation.
And with the new OS in developers' (and jailbreakers') hands, you just knew the stories off the official press beat were going to show some of the tastier little features not covered on Thursday. But guess what? Other things happened, and we were there. So join us for our weekly coffee and the best of the week from Mac|Life.
You got the iPad home, you've watched the swanky iPad Guided Tour videos on Apple.com. Now it's time to go beyond upsizing all your iPhone apps and get to the nitty-gritty of iPad awesomeness. Check out our list of tips and tricks that'll have you wowing your friends and working more efficiently with your new device.
Since its inception, Google has become the mover and shaker of the
Internet world, bringing wonderful, utilitarian goodies in the form of
web applications and cloud services. After debuting Gmail in 2004,
Google then followed suit with projects like its interactive, totally
customizable Google Calendar, maps that accurately portray real life
from a satellite overhead, and a video streaming site that has indeed
become larger than anyone could have conceived.