I think the iPhone will go down as the single most important consumer tech product released in my lifetime. The personal computer likely gets the edge for those a bit older than me (the Macintosh came out just over a year before I was born), but the impact of the smartphone can not be overstated, and the iPhone is the clear jumping off point.
This is out there, but indulge me for a minute. We can all agree the Touch Bar is going to be on more Macs than just the MacBook Pros that just came out. It will likely be a staple of all Macs from 2017 on, but what if Apple’s aspirations for the Touch Bar are […]
I was reading [The Verge’s review] of the Moto Z Play, Lenovo’s latest phone in the Moto line, and got this this bit about how the phone was able to achieve such impressive battery life
Yesterday I wrote about breaking the iPhone 7’s portrait mode, but I actually really love the camera and felt it only fair to share a few of the nicer photos I’ve gotten from this incredible lens. I’m only scratching the surface of what is possible, but I’m truly blown away that these images are from my phone!
Apple shipped the iOS 10.1 beta this week with it’s much anticipated “portrait mode” on the iPhone 7 Plus. Lots of people are sharing the beautiful pictures this feature can create. So I wondered what the limits of this feature was, as Apple seems to have designed it for shots like the ones above. What if you took shots it wasn’t really designed for? To find out, I took a few shots during my run this morning. I took very little time to compose anything and have not done any post-processing to these, they’re exactly as they came out of the camera app.