A couple of shots taken with my iPhone X recently.
Apple has released “Growth Spurt”, a video promoting the new iPhone Xs Max. It’s a cool whimsical piece highlighting the camera combined with the huge 6.5” OLED display. Check it out below.
Are you planning to upgrade to the new iPhones? Feel free to comment below.
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In 2015 with the release of iOS 9 Apple also released a new app called "News". As the name implies its a news aggregator for reading news on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 9 or newer. News is a far better user experience compared to standard web pages with their ever increasing pop ups and animated ads that are clearly more focused on the ads than the content.
Augmented Reality (AR) is shaping up to be the coolest, most promising, most useful tech in recent years, with a projected global market of $165 billion by 2024. In 3-5 years everything we do today with our devices will seem old and antiquated with the intertwining of AR into our computers and iPhones, forever altering how we interact with them.
The winners of the 2016 IPPAWARDS are in and Siyuan Niu from Xinjiang, China took the grand prize this year with his photo Man and the Eagle. Check out the article below from 121clicks.com for more images from this year's winners.
This is a shot I took with my iPhone 6s Plus a few months back while shooting the annual King and Queen Parade held at Shuri Castle here in Okinawa. While waiting for the parade to start the performers relaxed and enjoyed some casual conversation. I heard them laughing and turned to fire off this shot in burst mode with my iPhone. Always remember while you definitely don't need to use burst mode every time, it can be very effective for quick snaps or when there's movement.
Out driving on Ikei Island and drove by these two horses on a local farm. Shot this with my iPhone 6s Plus and processed the image in the Mextures app.