Everyone's been noticing an uptick in their app updates now that the big new iPad Retina Display is here. While you were busy tapping over and over that yes, you were aware other browsers would let you view adult content, a bunch of other things were going on and we nabbed some of them jsut for you. Aren't we sweet?
Modern iOS devices take amazing photographs, but if you want to photograph something over a long period of time, then you’ll want an app to help you out. Time lapse photography can be stunning, and with the right tools, you can create your own. In this article, we’ll show you how to use Time Lapse HD on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to create a cool, automated time lapse.
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.
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?
iPhoto for iOS promises to revolutionize the way photographers manage and edit their photo libraries, particularly for iPad users who have a larger display canvas to work with. Confused about how to get started with iPhoto’s multitouch tools? We’ll help you make sense of them.
Blasting through a series of product updates and announcements this morning in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook wasted no time cutting to the chase by announcing what we all wanted to hear: “The new iPad.”
Now that the firestorm over the Path app downloading a user’s entire address book appears to have subsided, it’s only natural that Apple would be put back in the crosshairs with another privacy gaffe -- and this time, one that gives developers access to your photos.
Big news last week was Mountain Lion's sneaking out the gate without a big hoopedy doo Keynote. There's been little news on that front since then, but there are a few pieces to the puzzle, along with iCloud follies, and a few Apple TV tips (which might just be Apple's next big thing). Let's see what's cookin' in the hot stories this week.
And we're back! It's not as exciting as A Dinosaur's Story from 1993, but it does involve free apps. And who doesn't love free stuff?
What's on the agenda for this week? For you Instagram addicts, which has apparently become the new Flickr for iPhone users, InstaPad is an Instagram gallery for the iPad. Currently, there's no convenient way to really go through an Instagram gallery on your Apple tablet, but Instapad lets you browse through popular photos and snapshots from your friends, as well as follow new people and favorite or comment on photos.