Articles tagged "apple"

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Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro features faster CPU options, latest Intel Iris Graphics configurations and updated keyboard

In addition to the new keyboard, the updated 13-inch models offer double the base storage (256GB), faster CPU options and Intel's latest Iris Plus Graphics with the 10-gen Intel configurations.

Pixelmator for iOS gets major version 2.5 update with three new browsers

The update, which also brings multiple bug fixes, is described as an important step in Pixelmator's effort to refresh the iOS app.

Apple announces new $399 iPhone SE model with 4.7-inch display, A13 chip and Portrait mode

Apple has updated the long-ignored iPhone SE model. The new version is very similar to the outgoing iPhone 8 and maintains the same glass-back design, single rear camera and water resistance.

Apple patent shows it’s working on panoramic light field capture technology

The patent shows how users could capture light field images with depth data to create immersive experiences that can be viewed on mobile devices or head mounted displays.

Apple's latest beta suggests ProRes RAW support for Adobe apps is coming to Windows

ProRes RAW for Windows version 1.0 adds beta ProRes RAW and ProRes RAW HQ support to Adobe After Effects, Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Premiere and Adobe Premiere Rush.

Apple reveals new iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard with trackpad, hinge

The company has also refreshed the MacBook Air and Mac mini with faster performance and more storage.

Slideshow: Apple reveals the winners of the Shot on iPhone Night mode challenge

Apple kicked off the new year by inviting iPhone 11 users to share their best Night mode photos. Here are the some of the winning entries.

Hollywood filmmaker claims Apple won't let villains use iPhones in movies

The fact is a spoiler that could ruin the surprise in future movies, but director Rian Johnson is okay with that.

Apple's 2020 iPhone photography contest seeks best Night mode shots

Apple's latest iPhone photography contest revolves around the iPhone 11 lineup's Night mode feature.

Apple's new 'Fire and Ice' video shows off the iPhone 11 Pro's camera capabilities

Apple has published another 'Experiments' video showing off its iPhone 11 Pro camera capabilities, as well as a behind the scenes look at how the video was made.

Apple's 'nano-texture' Pro Display XDR monitor requires special cleaning cloth

Apple says its ultra-pricey Pro Display XDR monitors with nano-texture glass require a special cleaning cloth that only it provides.

Apple acquires Spectral Edge to boost iPhone camera performance

The UK startup has developed a technology that uses machine learning to improve detail and color on digital cameras.

Apple confirms its new Mac Pro, Pro Display XDR monitor will be available to order tomorrow

Six months after first announcing the redesigned Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR monitor on stage at WWDC, Apple is opening up orders starting tomorrow, December 10.

Gear of the Year 2019 - Allison's choice: iPhone 11

After nearly a decade of using Apple phones, Managing Editor Allison Johnson jumped ship and became the happy owner of a Pixel device. But the iPhone 11 might just tempt her back.

Apple's Smart Battery Cases for iPhone 11 models feature a dedicated camera button

This marks the first time a dedicated camera battery has ever been included in a first-party case from Apple and shows the importance of the new triple-camera array on the latest iPhone 11 models.

Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro can power two 6K displays, including Pro Display XDRs

Apple's support document for its new 16-inch MacBook Pro reveals the computer is capable of powering two 6K displays or four 4K displays.

Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro offers options for 8-core processor, 64GB of RAM, 8TB of storage and more

The 16-inch MacBook Pro replaces the previous 15-inch version and can be configured with up to an 8-core Intel i9 processor, maxes out at 64GB of RAM and can be ordered with up to 8TB of internal SSD storage.

iPhone users get free unlimited Google Photo storage for original photo files, but Pixel 4 owners have to pay

It's free for iPhone users, but Pixel 4 owners are no longer able to take advantage of uncompressed original photo storage without paying. Google claims it's working on a fix for the 'bug'.

Report: Adobe Photoshop CC for iPad is missing key features according to beta testers

According to a report from Bloomberg, beta testers of Adobe's Photoshop CC for iPad have noticed a number of major features missing or incomplete.

Third-party iOS Sony remote camera app Camrote adds new zoom, time-lapse capabilities

Camrote version 1.2.0 adds new zoom and time-lapse capabilities to select Sony camera systems.

Final Cut Pro X 10.4.7 arrives with major performance boosts, GPU selection and Pro Display XDR support

Apple has made a substantial update to Final Cut Pro X, bringing with it a massive boost in performance, multi-GPU support and support for Apple's Pro Display XDR.

Hipstamatic returns with new free app and updated analog camera styles for iOS

Hipstamatic is back with a (slightly) new name, updated interface and support for the latest iOS devices.

The latest iOS 13 developer beta gives us a sneak peek at Apple's new Deep Fusion mode

Apple released the first iOS 13 developer beta with support for Apple's new Deep Fusion technology. We've rounded up a few samples from photographers and developers around the web to see the first examples showing what the technology has to offer.

iPhone 11 sample gallery

It's missing the telephoto camera that the Pro model is equipped with, but the iPhone 11 has plenty to offer between a new ultra-wide camera, Night Mode and an updated Portrait Mode.

Apple paid $400 in an attempt to trademark the word 'Slofies'

Apple joked about the new 120 fps recording mode on its latest smartphone with 'slofies,' a made-up word that combines slo-mo and selfies, but it turns out it might've not been quite as tongue-in-cheek as we initially thought.

The iPhone 11 is more than just Apple catching up to Android

Apple's iPhone 11 camera updates will inevitably be seen as attempts to catch up to Android. But, taken together, we think they stack up to meaningful upgrades that might make an already very capable camera one of the most compelling options on the market.

Video: Taking photos across California to recreate Apple's macOS wallpapers

A group of friends traversed around California in an attempt to recreate the stock wallpapers Apple has included with macOS.

Apple debuts iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro with ultra-wide camera

All three devices offer a standard 12MP camera plus, for the first time on an iPhone, an ultra-wide 13mm camera module. The 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max also retain the telephoto camera of previous generations.

2019 Guide: Apple iPad Pro for Photographers

The Apple iPad has always been a tempting tool for photographers on the go: slim, lightweight, and now with the current iPad Pro models, powerful enough to do most photo tasks you'd accomplish on the desktop. The software isn't quite there yet, but the next release of iPadOS should bridge that gap.

Apple's 2020 iPhones will likely feature time-of-flight sensors for improved AR experiences

Time-of-flight sensors can measure distances by measuring the time it takes for a laser pulse to travel until it hits an object and is reflected back.

Pixelmator Pro 1.4 ‘Hummingbird’ update adds powerful Apple Photos extension and new tools

The ‘Hummingbird’ update adds the ability to essentially run the full Pixelmator program inside Apple's Photos app.

Report: Some iPhone 11 models to come with ‘Smart Frame’ photo feature

The feature will reportedly let you edit a photo's perspective and framing after capture, using additional image information recorded by the super-wide-angle camera.

Apple updates its entry-level MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, kills off the MacBook

Apple has made a few updates to its entry-level MacBook Pro and its entire MacBook Air lineup, giving them a much-needed refresh, as minor as it may be.

Chief Design Officer Jony Ive is leaving Apple to start new design firm

Apple has announced that its chief design officer, Jony Ive, is leaving the company to start his own design firm.

DPReview TV: Jordan buys a phone

It's time for Jordan to buy a new phone, so he compares the cameras on the iPhone X, iPhone XR, and the Google Pixel 3a. Is the Google phone good enough to draw Jordan out of Apple's walled garden? Tune in to find out.

Report: Apple stops development of quantum dot image sensors

Shares of quantum dot (QD) specialists Nanoco dropped after reports Apple has decided to stop the development of QD image sensors because the technology was too expensive for mass production.

Apple smartwatch patent hints at future Apple Watch models with built-in cameras

The patent details an Apple Watch band with integrated cameras so you could capture photos with a flick of the wrist.

Bye Bye Camera is an iOS app that removes humans from photos

Bye Bye Camera detects and removes all humans from your pictures but is not meant to be a photo tool.

Adobe Lightroom is now available on Apple's Mac App Store for the first time ever

For the first time ever, Adobe has brought its cloud-based version of Lightroom to Apple's Mac App Store, complete with in-app purchases for renewing 1TB of online storage.

Astropad 3.2 update shows it isn't going away anytime soon—and teases a Windows version

Apple may have stepped on the toes of Astropad with its Sidecar announcement, but the founders of Astropad say it's not going anywhere and they have a 3.2 update to prove it.

Apple used an unreleased 8K Canon cinema camera to show off its Mac Pro, Pro Display XDR

An 8K Canon video camera has been spotted in the wild feeding high resolution footage to the new Pro Display XDR at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference.

Apple's new Mac Pro and 32" 6K Retina display are a match made in media heaven

Apple's new Mac Pro, which can top out with a 28-core CPU and 1.5TB of RAM, starts at $5,999 and its accompanying 32" 6K Pro Display XDR starts at $4,999.

Apple announces new photo features and tools in iOS 13, macOS and iPadOS updates

WWDC provided plenty of photo fodder. Apple's iOS 13 operating system gets new tools and features, macOS now natively supports using iPads as secondary displays and the iPad now has its own operating system. We've rounded up the best news from the day into a single summary.

Apple MacBook Pro refreshed with 8-core processors and improved keyboards

Apple has updated its MacBook Pro with 8-core processors for the first time ever, as well as an improved keyboard that should resolve the issues of past butterfly keyboards.

RIP: Apple Aperture will no longer work after macOS Mojave

A new Apple support page confirms Apple Aperture will cease to work for users who are still using it and hope to upgrade to the latest version of macOS due out in September 2019.

Shutterstock AR feature lets customers preview stock images as wall artwork

You can now see the artwork on your wall without the need to order it first.

Apple wants to patent a 'Synthetic Selfie' app

Apple's latest patent application describes a system that creates a group selfie from a number of individual self portrait.

Apple patent application details tech to improve mobile underwater photography

Apple has filed a patent application describing a system that automatically optimizes camera settings and image processing for underwater photography.

Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.4.6 update brings detect and convert feature for older media files

Apple has updated its professional video editing app Final Cut Pro X to version 10.4.6. The update brings full 64-bit support, a new feature that helps convert older formats and much more.

Apple announces winners of its 2019 'Shot on iPhone' Challenge

Apple has shared the ten photos it selected to be displayed on billboards and advertisements in cities across the world.

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