Posts Tagged: 'iphone'
Apple talks often and proudly about respecting its users privacy, about not sharing or storing information ‘in the cloud and about using machine learning and algorithms on the users device. About not sharing or storing information ‘in the cloud. About using machine learning and algorithms on the users device. Yet despite all talk of Continue Reading
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’m changing the way I ‘manage’ my Photo 366 project. By using a blog as the core of the project I’d made it a chore, and removed the potential for spontaneity from it. So as of today my Photo 366 Flickr set will the be the repository for my Photo 366 images. I hope to Continue Reading
I’ve had my POPA for a little while now so I thought it time I share my thoughts about it with you. The Software I’ve been using the app both with and without my POPA, and it’s become one of my favourite iPhone photography apps. What I love most about the app is its speed. Since 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