Future iPhones may be capable of preventing you from filming live footage at concerts and festivals. A patent filled by Apple may result in the development of software that is capable of detecting if you’re trying to film a live performance and promptly disable the recording function of your camera.
A while back, I wrote a feature on a product called the OWLE Bubo for iPhone 4, which I thought was a very interesting idea for a product. The OWLE intrigues me because it’s both a unique idea, and very well executed. I’ve now gotten my hands on one of these to review – read on for my thoughts.
A recent report indicates that Apple’s next-gen iPhone might move the LED flash to the top-right side of the iPhone rather than placing it right by the camera on the top left. The report indicates that redesigned iPhone 5 camera parts have surfaced, showing the change.
Yesterday, Apple released unlocked iPhones across the US, marking an important chapter for the device – one in which the consumer needn’t feel cornered to use their iPhone. While it may see trivial at first, especially considering the high asking price, here’s why it’s important:
Imagination Technologies, provider of graphics architectures for Apple’s custom A4 and A5 chips found in the iPhone and iPad, is reportedly now licensing its new PowerVR Series6 mobile graphics processors to six partners, three of which remain anonymous. Apple’s likely one of them.
Yesterday we posted that 1234 is probably the most common passcode unlock for iPhones. This revelation came courtesy of an app named Big Brother that anonymously collected passcodes to unlock their app. Apple has today pulled the Big Brother app from the App Store, much to the developer’s dismay.
Yesterday Apple introduced unlocked iPhone 4s starting at $649 for the 16GB models in the US. An Apple support document lists all other countries that provide worldwide unlocks.
An innovative app from Budweiser will provide you with free pints of beer if the summer sun shines and the temperature hits a certain high. However, the app is only available in Ireland – a country that doesn’t need any help with beer drinking.
Apple has just updated the US online store making the GSM iPhone 4 available as a carrier-unlocked option. Free at last!
We’ve been hearing reports that the next-gen iPhone is in its final testing stages, and is now in the pockets of high-level Apple and carries executives. Further, 9to5Mac reports that, which 3G FaceTime may be on the way, it won’t be coming to new Verizon iPhones.
Two Miami Ad School Brooklyn students created a fake campaign for Marlboro. The students, Jennine Punzone & Manasvi Abrol, created an ad campaign for a fictional iPhone app that lets users exchange virtual smokes in return for a free packet of Marlboros.
Earlier we reported on a rumor that Apple will be selling unlocked iPhone 4 models in the US beginning this Wednesday. If this rumor is to be believed it would be a welcome relief to US iPhone users who have been locked to AT&T as a carrier, even after fulfilling contractual agreements.
Twitter user Chronic Wire, claims that Apple will introduce unlocked iPhone 4s to the US Apple Store this Wednesday, the 15th of June. If correct, this will result in customers not having to sign contracts with carriers to acquire an iPhone 4.
If a report from 9to5Mac is to believed we may not have to wait too long more for the arrival the 5th generation iPhone. Citing a reliable source within Apple, 9to5 tells us that “the next generation iPhone has reached the final testing stage and is now being carried around by high level Apple and carrier executives.”
Grab the Hipstamatic limited edition lenses you missed – only available this weekend. Three lenses and a film included in RetroPak One Melodie Lens, Salvador 84 Lens, Tejas Lens and DreamCanvas Film, all for $1.99.
I’m sure you’ve all seen the rumors about the next-gen iPhone getting an 8MP camera. If that holds true, it would be the first iOS device to feature full 1080p recording, and support for 1080p output is enabled by iOS 5, making it a no-brainer for Apple to put in a higher-resolution camera.