Whether your iPhone is on Verizon or AT&T, one thing is for certain -- it shoots amazing 720p HD video. Unfortunately, Apple has hindered our ability to share such video, but thankfully some enterprising third-party developers are quickly filling this gap. The latest is Thwapr, which promises to share up to 30 minutes of video with a free cloud-based service.
For many of us on the Mac|Life staff, Instagram is our go-to iOS app in the event that the good times start rolling in our presence. It seems that a lot of other folks feel the same as we do about the photo capturing-and-share platform, as close to 300,000 photos are uploaded to Instagram's servers every day. It could be that those already lofty numbers might swell in the days to come as Instagram is now offering their application's API to developers.
We cruised by Moscone this morning to see how the set up was going for Macworld Expo 2011. Since the event is being held in Moscone West this year instead of Moscone North or South, we couldn't sneak a peek down the stairs to see if exhibitors where setting up. We did get some pictures of the slightly exciting registration setup and of the banners being hung on the street. But really, the best thing we saw was the most awesome Apple-branded jacket ever.
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We had a great time mingling with you--the readers!--at our meetup on January 20 in downtown San Francisco. There was plenty of beer, lots of smiles, a fun little Apple-related pub quiz and a ton of prizes to be given away, including Incipio iPhone 4 cases for everyone who showed up from our friends at Incipio. One of you even made cupcakes for the whole lot!
Thanks to everyone for showing up, and if you didn't make it this time around, don't fret! We're having another reader meetup in the near future. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for news of the next meetup.
Being able to take photos with your iPhone on the go is great. Getting them off of your iPhone? Not so much. For many of us, our busy lives preclude the ability to sync our iOS devices on a regular basis, leaving all of the images we take on the go unprotected by the benefit of a backup. As such, everyone using an iPhone is always at risk of losing their precious photographic memories. Unacceptable! Today, we'll show you how you can easily back every photo you take with your iPhone, thanks to an ingenious iOS application and our friends at Dropbox.
It's been a full 28 hours since we set foot inside of the Las Vegas Convention Center. There are plenty of gadgets that we've yet to lay eyes on, but for now here's a quick look at what we, and our brethern at Maximum PC, have seen so far at this year's show.
If you're interested in following along with our travels, be sure to download the official Maximum Tech CES app that includes our feed, too. And don't forget to follow us on Twitter.
Hey, hep cat! In case you haven’t heard, vintage is here in a big way -- as in vintage photography, groovy dudes, iPhone (or iPod touch) style. If you crave the ability to make your expensive iOS device take pictures like a classic Polaroid (or other vintage gear), read on.
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!