One of the new iOS 11 features coming soon to iPads and iPhones is likely to be screen recording. Apple’s WWDC 17 keynote didn’t actually mention it, but many developers have already tweeted about the feature.
Here’s a brief video overview of the new functionality: Right now, a few months before the system’s release, it’s impossible to judge how useful the feature will be, what its limitations might be, but as a mobile filmmaker and journalist I really look forward to it. An
I got a huge parcel – and an even bigger surprise – this morning. It came from the nice guys at Apple. Although to be perfectly honest, I suspected it might be on its way after Brendan Ó Sé, whose pictures – like mine – were featured in Apple’s Shot on iPhone 6 campaign earlier this year, tweeted about receiving the albums I got the most beautiful surprise when I returned home from work yesterday to discover Apple had sent… https://t.co/L1h11cySZw
— Brendan Ó Sé (@Fotopunctua
Have you ever seen the Shot on iPhone 6 images? I bet you have, they seem to be everywhere – tube, billboards, online, newspapers. The Shot on iPhone 6 campaign by Apple has become one of the most recognisable campaigns of the past 12 months. Launched in March, the campaign has since won Apple the top prize for best outdoor campaign in Cannes this year. And it’s a testament not only to the phone’s stunning camera, but also to the users who’ve proved time and time again that t
I’ve been using Lightroom for a few years now and I’m quite happy – and more importantly, familiar with – its workflow, quirks, abilities and shortcomings. But Apple’s generous gesture (doesn’t happen often) of allowing us mere mortals to test drive something for free for a month meant I couldn’t resist. Even if that meant losing almost a gigabyte of space on my hard drive (that’s how big the software is). So I have 30 days to decide whether all those nice tutorial videos pro