Apple.pro have published a set of images that look similar to the ones published by them last year of the next generation iPod Nano which includes a camera system. The device from Apple has not been upgraded since a long time and a camera to the iPod would surely be a good addition. Read More
Tap Tap Tap, the developers of the popular Camera+ application have just announced on their blog that their application is being purchased by users every 3 seconds. The company has to thank the release of the latest iPhone 4S for this success and the powerful camera system that the device sports. The company has generated over $5.1M in revenue, and with a price tag of just $0.99, it is already a huge success. Read More
Pro-Share is a really simple yet effective application which allows you to upload your pictures and videos to numerous social networks all from one App. You can upload your pictures/videos to Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, YouTube and can even transfer pictures from one iOS device to another with Bluetooth. Read More
TapTapTap, the developer of the popular Camera+ application has just announced that it has sold over 3 Million copies. To celebrate the occasion, the folks at TapTapTap have created an infographic demonstrating exciting new facts and figures. Camera+ is the most exciting iPhone camera App that allows you to do things that are just not possible with the native camera App. You can edit, share, discover, add awesome effects, click pics like a pro, and do lots more with the App. Read More
Geekaphone has a cool infographic that shows how the iPhone became the world’s most popular camera. The inforgraphic features the top camera Apps on the App Store, celebrity iPhone users, number of pictures taken from the iPhone that have been uploaded to Flickr and more. Check it out below. Read More
One of the things that has disappointed people about the iPad 2 is its poor quality camera system. While getting an iPad 2 is extremely hard at the moment, people are also experiencing some kind of yellow stains on the screen, just the like the iPhone 4. Brian from Cult of Mac has recently posted a few photos and videos that show that some iPads may be experiencing issues with the camera system.
According to various reports, Apple has begun sending out invites for its upcoming 2nd March event to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 10:00 am. The mail apparently includes an image (top) which displays an iPad. The pictures clearly is covering the part where a front-facing camera would be present.