Posts Tagged: Apple
I’d always assumed that visual voicemail was an Apple invention, I hadn’t come across it before the launch of the iPhone and it seemed a classically Apple solution to a terrible experience, however Wikipedia suggests it predated the iPhone by some years. But I digress, can you digress in the first paragraph? Anyway, we continue… When Continue Reading
I haven’t really been many places or taken many photos since I bought my iPhone 6S, but I was struck by how good this snap taken at a friend’s party this weekend is. All I have done is crop it and tweak the contrast a little to make the background darker. Slight tweaking aside, the iPhone Continue Reading
The recently released iPhone 6S and 6S Plus have a new feature called Live Photos which captures a moment of motion before and after your still photograph. A still photo captures an instant frozen in time. With Live Photos, you can turn those instants into unforgettable living memories. At the heart of a Live Photo is Continue Reading
The Apple Macintosh celebrated its 30th birthday this week. Having visited the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park yesterday this short film from Apple feels even more pertinent.
I was up rather late last night, and thought I’d check Twitter on my iPad one last time before heading to bed. I did so just as the news of Steve Jobs passing away hit Twitter; somehow it felt fitting to be watching people express their sadness and thanks on one of the amazing devices Continue Reading
I’m fascinated by this wonderfully worn iPhone, simply because it is so very different to my iPhone and other assorted gadgets. I upgrade often, and I’m an inveterate case buyer, so my gadgets seldom look used. This iPhone has character, and its own unique identity; like a beautifully worn piece of furniture where every scratch, Continue Reading