• DirecTV Now iOS App Update Adds 2018 iPad Pro Support, Cloud DVR for HBO and Cinemax, and More

    1 month ago - By Mac Rumors

    AT&T's live TV streaming service DirecTV Now officially supports Apple's latest iPad Pro models, thanks to an update to the iOS app that was pushed out on Thursday.
    After installing the update, owners of this year's 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be able to watch shows on the service in fullscreen mode minus any letterboxing, which blighted previous versions of the DirecTV Now app.
    In addition to support for the new iPad Pro displays, the update introduces Cloud DVR support for HBO and Cinemax programming, albeit in a beta form.
    Apart from performance improvements and bug fixes, the...
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  • FiLMiC Pro adds LogV2 support for greatly improved dynamic range on latest iPhones

    FiLMiC Pro adds LogV2 support for greatly improved dynamic range on latest iPhones

    1 month ago - By 9to5Mac

    Popular videography app FiLMiC Pro was updated today with a significant new feature for iPhone cinematographers. Users will now be able to take advantage of the LogV2 curve when shooting for greatly improved dynamic range. In photography, dynamic range is defined by the difference between the darkest and lightest regions in an image. For videographers and editors, greater range means more flexibility to shoot in challenging scenarios and much more control when color grading in postproduction.
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  • Latest Instagram Update Breaks Support for iPhone XR and iPhone XS Max Screens

    Latest Instagram Update Breaks Support for iPhone XR and iPhone XS Max Screens

    1 month ago - By Mac Rumors

    Multiple reports are coming in that Instagram has lost support for iPhone XR and XS Max screen resolutions in the latest update to its iOS app.
    The issue has been highlighted on Reddit and Twitter after Instagram users updated to the latest version , which was pushed to the App Store on Wednesday.
    Instagram v74.0 versus v75.0
    The resulting effect is that the Instagram interface looks as if it's been zoomed in, leading users to complain about blown out images, fuzzy text, abnormal spacing of icons and other graphical elements.
    The issue isn't turning up for iPhone XS users who have updated...
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