Part of the knock on mobile photography is the lack of controls. Unlike a DSLR, the ability to control things like exposure are typically lost on a smartphone. With increased third-party integration in iOS 8, a new app aims to bring you some of the controls you want on a DSLR, but on your iPhone.
The following is a growing list of iPhone 6 Plus optimized games. This means the games you’re about to see are ready to go with the larger iPhone 6 Plus display and play extremely well on that display. If you know of any awesome games for iOS that work specifically well with the iPhone 6 Plus, please feel free to let us know!
DisplayMate, who has been singing Samsung's praises for quite some time now, has something new to chew on. Now that iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are out in the wild, it can get its tests running again on the new smartphones from the company that started the whole "Retina" trend. And the results might surprise you.
Apple promised us something big, and it delivered both metaphorically and literally. The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus take Apple's flagship smartphone in new directions, finally bowing to consumer demand for larger handsets. These aren't just your old iPhone made bigger, however: a combination of broad hardware improvements and iOS 8 makes sure of that. Question is, does bigger mean better, or has Apple lost its legendary ease of use in the process? Read on for my full review.
Releasing the iPhone 6 and its slightly larger sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus for Apple means pushing a new pricing structure on the world. While the past several releases for new iPhones meant simply replacing the top iPhone with a newer one, this time around it’s different. Things have gotten larger.
Over the past few hours quite a few different brands have released their official iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cases. These aren’t the same as the "early adopters" revealing cases with pre-confirmation specifications. These are the real deal: the first wave of actual final-build Apple iPhone 6 cases ready to roll.
This morning its become apparent that Apple is hosting more than a few top-level recording artists at their big event this afternoon. The first and possibly most important of these is Dr. Dre - Apple employee. He’ll be joined by no less than Gwen Stefani - complete with a white iPhone and white Beats headphones in tow.
This morning it was confirmed - believe it or not - that Marie Claire is at the Apple Event expected to reveal the iPhone 6 and iWatch. This brand is almost certainly not alone in its origin and aim - attending the event, essentially confirming the idea that Apple will be revealing the iWatch today. Or at least something very fashion oriented. Perhaps Beats-related.
We’re all signed up and ready to roll at Apple’s event center this morning before the big event. We’ll spare you the pleasantries and get this one out of the way right this minute - if you want to follow along, hit up our Apple portal for up to the minute coverage. Below we’ve got the commentary.
Straight from the folks that brought you the first un-official iPhone 6 pre-order release comes a collection of specifications for this device. While you’ll want to take these specs with a glass of salt, they do lend some one-ness to the rumor collection spread out over the past several weeks.
The stylus has redeemed itself, and it has Samsung to thank for that. The South Korean company has been hammering away at its S Pen technology since 2011, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the latest result of that work. Hardly a surprise in Berlin this week - its three generations of forebears each arrived at pre-IFA show - the Note 4 nonetheless has plenty to prove. Read on for my first impressions.