An obsession with capturing spectacular selfies in dangerous locations and situations is encouraging too many people to put their lives at risk, according to a Reuters report. The craze has led to “a string of gruesome deaths worldwide.”
My iPhone is my utility weapon, acting as my phone, messenger, alarm clock, portable gaming system, and my camera. Smartphones and tablets have all but relegated real cameras to niche items for professional photographers and people who like to spend a lot of money on things.
Apple’s Music Watch glance has an unexpected feature — it can be used along with the Digital Crown to trigger an app such as Snapchat to take a remote photo. Discovered by Redditor JaJaWa, the hidden trick works with a variety of third-party apps including Camera+, Manual and more.
Whether you are uploading videos to YouTube, Vine, or Instagram, your iPhone camera is there to capture the moment. While recording a video is a simple as pointing the camera on yourself or the at the action, you can’t really do both easily. If you are at a concert or at a game recording the action, it would be great to record what you see and how you react to it. That’s what Twicer sets out to do.
The iPhone is my go-to camera to capture all those dope moments in my life. But every so often I want to clean out my camera roll and get rid of those old or not so awesome pictures. You can do this the standard way, by going into your camera roll and deleting pictures by album or individually, but why not make it a little more fun?
Apple is sometimes criticized for its decision to stick with an 8-megapixel camera sensor for the last four iPhones, but a new patent suggests it is working on a revolutionary new module consisting of three sensors that could improve low-light performance and color accuracy.
While Apple lets you capture only 1080p video using your iPhone’s camera, there are third-party iPhone apps that let you shoot 4K Ultra HD Video.
The stock Camera app in your iPhone or iPad includes a timer feature just like any point-and-shoot and DSLR cameras. The timer feature was introduced in iOS 8.
The iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 come with a vastly improved cameras, with features like 1080p HD video at 60 FPS, slo-mo video at 240 FPS, time-lapse videos, continuous autofocus, focus pixels and cinematic video stabilisation.
Apart from their larger displays, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus also come with improved cameras that boast of features like focus pixels, optical stabilisation, 60fps videos and more.