It’s finally happened, after all the wrangling, speculation and aluminum dummies, we now know the truth. Join us as we delve into the nitty gritty of how the newest addition(s) to the Apple clan match up against last year’s model.
It’s not an iPhone mini or anything, but it’s the first iPhone with Siri. And that has to count for something, right? Right? While it’s no iPhone 5 (not even close, really), the iPhone 4S is far from being “last year’s iPhone,” and the greatly enhanced camera, bolstered A5 dual-core processor and inbuilt voice [...]
Apple has always had a knack for turning a market on its head and video editing is a prime example. When the very first version of iMovie was released back in 1999, bundled with all iMac DV models, it introduced the idea that making home movies shouldn’t be an intimidating or expensive process.
Before Apple ventured into the world of video editing, making a short film was out of the reach of most people since you’d have had to budget thousands of pounds to get even the cheapest software.
A lot has changed in just over a decade and video has become a much bigger part of our lives thanks [...]
If you’ve been fortunate enough to get your hands on a new iPad 2, you’ll know that it’s a very powerful piece of kit. But what apps should you get to show it at its best?
Yes, the iPad 2 is very slim and all, but what actually matters is that Apple A5 dual-core processor, improved graphics and new gyroscope – meaning that developers have been rushing to update their apps .
So here are a few of the best apps for iPad 2 – both new apps and older ones that run better on the new iPad.
1. PhotoBooth – Free (included with iPad 2)
A staple of the iPad 2′s [...]
Apple has released an update of iLife ’11 suite applications including iMovie 9.0.1 and Garageband 6.0.1 whereas iPhoto 9.1.1 update was released in December, 2010.
iMovie Fixes & Improvements
Fixes stabilization issue when working with videos made on iPhone and iPod Touch
Fixes issue with valid Facebook passwords containing non-alphanumeric numbers
Improves compatibility with cameras that record in multiple formats
Improves performance when scrolling through your Project Library
Improves overall stability
Garageband Fixes & Improvements
Flex Time edits issue fixed
Fixes latency [...]
Hello! The long-awaited iMovie iPhone app has popped into the iTunes store. It’ll set you back five bucks and can be downloaded right now. But remember that the app’s designed for the iPhone 4 only.
Download iMovie App for iPhone
We know the basics about the iMovie iPhone app, but apparently news site TidBITS has uncovered a few additional details through some sources within Apple:
iMovie for iPhone will require the iPhone 4, and will not be available for the iPhone 3GS. Handling video and creating real-time transitions needs the power of the iPhone 4′s A4 processor.
Although the iPad runs the A4 processor, the app won’t run on that device. I suspect the app is tailored to the iPhone 4′s higher-density screen, and therefore wouldn’t work within the iPad’s pixel-doubled compatibility [...]
Apple has put the WWDC 2010 keynote video online now. Apple made some great announcements for the iCommunity at this event. Some of the announcements includes: iPhone 4G, the new iPhone, iPhone OS 4.0 renamed to iOS 4, iAd release date, iMovie for video editing, FaceTime for video chat and much more.
Steve Jobs Keynote at WWDC 2010 video after the jump…
You can watch WWDC 2010 Keynote Video at Official website here in QuickTime and MPEG-4 formats.