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’m really really sorry to say that, but the new Storehouse 2.0 app is dreadful.
And I know I’m not the only one feeling completely disappointed. It’s been my favourite app for months. Wonderfully easy to use, a clever way of creating rich, visual stories based on a combination of photography, video and text. It offered a really intuitive way of creating shareable content on mobile, with the ability to display and interact across multiple devices. Now, with Storehouse 2.0, a
If the math in the headline doesn’t make sense, let me explain.
Over the past several months I’ve been shooting more and more films using my iPhone 6. I’m not the only one to enjoy the simplicity of creating more than decent-looking films using a smartphone (usually with minimal, if any, additional gear). Two of them, The Aegean and Barber Shop, have proved quite popular and now both will be shown as part of the competition at the Pocket Film Festival in Provo, Utah at the b
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