Now that everyone carries their camera with them everywhere, we can all make a claim to the title of “photographer.” And as image enthusiasts, blurry photos are annoying. They’re also extremely common, considering how frequently folks try to talk pictures in environments that don’t help your camera’s autofocus. Back lit environments, dark interior rooms, spotlit […]
One of the things that people raved about the iPhone 6 when it first came out was its camera, and indeed Apple showcases photos shot on iPhone 6. Today, I discovered a professional photographer on Reddit who describes his iPhone 6 as his daily camera. In his post, he shares: I carry two to three […]
We live in an increasingly wireless world. It is becoming rarer and rarer that we actually plug anything into our computers these days, as so many devices now come with built-in wireless networking of some kind. That’s good news for laptops like the new MacBook, which has just a single USB-C port to share with […]
I bet all your recent photos are in digital format. You’re probably struggling with your iPhone storage because of all the photos you’ve taken. You can always upgrade iCloud, or use Flickr or some other similar service. On another note, while it’s always nice to have photos at your fingertips anytime, anywhere, there is something […]
For more than 13 years iPhoto has been a part of the productivity software that comes installed on every Macintosh computer that Apple ships. It’s ability to important, organize, and edit images made it popular with many Mac owners, who often valued simplicity and ease of use over a deeper feature set. But in recent […]
Apple Stores are known for their gorgeously modern architecture. Here are ten incredible photos of Apple Stores you can download to use as hi-res iPad wallpaper.
We at AppleGazette are big fans of IFTTT. It makes automating tasks super simple, and works with tons of great apps and social networks. Here are 10 IFTTT recipes every Apple owner should use.
Take a look at this quick gallery culled from on-site images uploaded to Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr straight from MacWorld, which is happening right now in San Francisco.
Clever blogger Charlie Hoehn put together this slideshow that depicts the homepage at Apple.com for the last 15 years. Ready for a trippy walk down memory lane?