The collection sold for £122,500. See the following link for a few more details and images...
I haven't bought the app, but from what I've read, it does claim to shoot at 60fps (iPhone 5) or 120 (5S). The normal fps (for iP5) is up to 30fps, so it is apparently a little more than just slowing it down. I'm not sure if it's worth the money/effort???
Can I agree with almost everything that has already been commented?! Except I think that the argument about not using smartphones to take pictures isn't valid any more. On the other hand, the gadget reviewed here looks a little silly and I wouldn't use it. That's coming from someone who loves phones, gadgets and photography!
nasuryono: Olympus can just shut down their 4/3 DSLR department and keep focusing on the Micro 4/3. Why waste money on developing something that the market will not buy?
I agree peterbee! However, are there enough of us around to make it financially viable for Olympus to carry on producing "good 4/3" bodies?? I am concerned that there are not! :-(
My E5 will suffice for me for several years to come (I hope), but what then?