I found this tip by accident and wanted to share it--hope you haven’t heard this before. One frustrating thing about the iPhone is photo management. Oh, sure, you get a chance to delete photos after importing them into iPhoto, but you only get that one chance, and it’s all or nothing. If you only want to delete some of the photos, you’ve got to do that manually on the phone--or so I thought.
Turns out there’s another way. Plug in your iPhone and open Preview, then select File > Import From [Your iPhone’s Name]. A window appears showing all the photos on your phone, and you can move them around, save them to disk, and delete them from the phone individually or in batches. Don’t ask me why this is in Preview and not iPhoto!
If you love to share photos with your friends and family but privacy issues keep you fearful of doing so with big services like Facebook, you may have a new choice -- Path has launched their website alongside a free iPhone app that gets the job done, sharing your photos with only the people you want to see them.
Another year of BlizzCon has come and gone, but what does it mean for Mac users? Come along with us as we dig into the newest details for StarCraft II, Diablo III, and the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm expansion pack. Plus, see some of the best cosplay costumes this side of Azeroth. For the Horde!
Apple got “Back to the Mac” today in a big way at their Cupertino media event, and as expected, iLife ’11 was finally introduced after months of speculation. The company chose to highlight three components of the updated suite, beginning with iPhoto ’11.
Since Flickr’s inception in 2004, shutterbugs have been posting their photos to flickr.com for the world to see--and comment on. And Flickery from Eternal Storms improves that experience by providing a portal that makes everything cleaner and faster.
Now this is a dish best served cold. As you may or may not have noticed, we spent the weekend in somewhat muggy, sometimes sunny San Diego braving the crowds inside the San Diego convention center so that you didn't have to. Here's a quick walkthrough of booths we admired, and things like soon-to-be-released toys and peripherals in honor of the upcoming movie TRON, dozens of designer toys, lifelike dolls, and a kid dressed up as Jamie Hyneman. Also, be sure to check out our quick walkthrough of Comic Con on day one and day two, and our stay at Flynn's Arcade.
In the iPhone 4 introduction at the WWDC Keynote, Steve Jobs really pushed the great camera on the iPhone 4. We've seen some really great photos, and even a short movie come from the on-board 5MP camera. However, new reports from Macworld suggest that some iPhone 4 owners are suffering from yellowish tinted photos when photographing in low-light situations.
Earlier this morning, we headed out to the Apple Store on Stockton Street in downtown San Francisco to check out all the hubbub surrounding the iPhone 4. With the reports from Twitter and Facebook that the lines were gargantuan, we had to check it out for ourselves. When we got to the store an hour before launch, the line extended around the block, all the way to the street that is actually parallel to that of the Apple Store. Hopefully, the faithful patrons that were waiting in the cold, frigid, San Francisco summer weather won't go home empty handed.
Read ahead to check out our photos from this morning's opening, complete with captions!
It's finally here: the moment you've been waiting for. Well, you're probably waiting to actually own the product and hold it in your own bare hands, but until then this should hopefully suffice. Scroll down and click on each photo to embiggen to revel in the glory that is the iPhone 4. It's sleek, it's sexy, and it's got a really nice display. There's also a few screenshots of iMovie and some of iPhone iOS 4's features.