Jun 04

Red Pop, an iPhone 4 accessory that adds a big, red, juicy camera button to your phone. It’s as simple as ‘Twist, Push, Pop’. Just Twist the barrel, Push Red Pop on to your iPhone dock connector and start to Pop away taking pictures. Red Pop also allows you to shoot away like you would with a camera, with less downtime between shots. Check out the movie after the break. » Red Pop: Easy Way To Snap Pictures With Your iPhone 4

Apr 07

facetime photos
We found a interesting complain on the Apple Support forum about FaceTime “FaceTime shows random, old pictures when initiating a call”. A girl said, she is seeing old pictures when she calls her boyfriend using FaceTime. On the same moment she is seeing these old pictures, her boyfriend is seeing a black screen. “It’s kind of creepy, because it brought up photos of both of us at work, where I have used FaceTime a few times but he never has”. Does FaceTime secretly takes photos? » iPhone Takes Photos While Using FaceTime?

Oct 10

We all like the HDR photos that can be shot with the iPhone 4 and these days it is also possible to shoot HDR photos on iPhone 3G/3Gs, but what about the iPod Touch 4G? Well it is possible, all you need is a jailbroken  iPod Touch 4, running iOS 4.1, this .plist file and follow the how to after the break. » Enable HDR Photos On iPod Touch 4G [How To]

Jun 09

iphone 4 camera photo
We all know by now that the new iPhone (4) includes a 5MP camera with a backside illuminated sensor. Thanks to this sensor its possible to shoot incredible low light details. As proof Apple is showing off some of the images shot with the iPhone 4 on Apple’s website and I have to say they look amazing. Of course they shot the pictures in ideal conditions, but still I am not sure if there is a other phone out there that can shoot this kind of images. Just look for yourself on Apple’s Website and you would understand what I mean.

Oct 23

Cooliris, Inc. has released Cooliris, a free application in the App Store, that allows you to view image search results from engines such as Flickr, Google, and Yahoo! in a 3D “wall.” The images are displayed along a wall, and you can pinch to zoom and even email photos. » App Store – Cooliris

Oct 03

Flickr has made a new mobile version of its website, which is completely optimized for the iPhone. The most used options can be found on the top of the page, and although there isn’t any chaching going on, the images are loading quite fast.
» Flickr launched new web interface for the iPhone

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