When Apple decided to apologize for its flawed maps in iPhone 5, going as far as suggesting that users try other, competing products like Google Maps, the move raised a few of eyebrows. But now that Google has released its new voice response-enabled search app for the iPhone, it's looking like Apple might have another problem on its hands.
The cameras built into smartphones keep getting better, but this means that fewer and fewer people are carrying around a separate camera just for picture taking. Rather than trying to buck this trend, camera accessory maker Manfrotto has decided to embrace the iPhone, by giving it some accessories to pump up its photo performance.
The seemingly futuristic geek sport of laser tag went out of fashion almost as quickly as it rose to prominence in various malls and urban centers. But marrying augmented reality with your iPhone could give laser tag a second life.
Have you ever been this excited about buying a new phone?
Instagram is great at imitating old school photo effects on your iPhone, but there's nothing like holding an instant artifact of a special moment in your hands. To that end, a new device that uses your iPhone to instantly produce '70s-style Polaroid prints is the latest example of why analog isn't necessary bad.
In about two weeks, Apple is expected to reveal the long due iPhone 5. The only problem is that most of have already seen it photos of leaked parts and reverse engineered 3D renders created by artists. This batch of leaked photos practically seals the deal on what Apple CEO Tim Cook is going to announce.
The iPhone 5 is only weeks away. (BFD, right?) Slimmer, faster, with a larger screen, Apple's iPhone 5 is going to sell millions. But that's not what you really need. What you really need from your iPhone is something that'll do your food photos justice. You need this special iPhone 5.
Every time you think the magic of what smartphones can do has peaked, something else comes along to raise the bar. This time the magic crosses the threshold between tech and biology by giving you a way to check your health just by staring at your smartphone.
The secret to Instagram's success is in the app's simplicity — it allows people to share snapshots of moments in quick bursts. Can Instagram's success be repeated, but with one-second videos? Nobody knows, but the OneSec app is sure going to try.
Are you eagerly awaiting the next iPhone? Thinner, faster and with a bigger screen, the next iPhone is going to sell millions. But collectors won't be interested in that for long when there's a brand new and unopened first-gen iPhone going for $10,000. Screw 4G LTE, this one's got 2G!