• A new survey shows iPhone X has high satisifaction rating

    7 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    A recent study by Creative Strategies surveyed over 1700 iPhone X users for satisfaction. They focused on mostly early adopters of the technology. This group is made up of buyers who jumped on board with the new design right away, before there was much input from the public about how it would perform. The company acknowledges that this group of buyers are the most likely to be the biggest fans of Apple, but that they are very useful to survey. The study revealed that overall, owners gave the phone a 97 percent satisfaction rating. This rating comes from a combination of users who were...
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  • New Apple videos poke fun at Google Play Store, non-iPhone portrait photos

    New Apple videos poke fun at Google Play Store, non-iPhone portrait photos

    7 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Apple just released two short videos aimed at convincing non-iOS users to switch to an iPhone. Of course, by non-iOS, we basically mean Android, since this is the only other smartphone platform that's relevant right now.
    The first new Apple video compares "your" app store to the App Store, poking fun at the former for being unsafe and possibly containing apps that figuratively blow up in your face. The video doesn't mention Google's Play Store, but, let's be honest, this is the only non-Apple app sore that matters, and it's obviously the focus of the video.
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  • Video editor behind HomePod ad featuring FKA Twigs discusses his creative process

    Video editor behind HomePod ad featuring FKA Twigs discusses his creative process

    7 monthes ago - By 9to5Mac

    Last month, we saw a behind-the-scenes look at the cinematography and production of Apple's vibrant HomePod ad directed by Spike Jonze. Today, the video editor behind the film has shared an inside look at the post-production process and his own creative workflow with Frame.io .
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  • Canary Camera App Gains New Controls for Video Recording, Alerts

    Canary Camera App Gains New Controls for Video Recording, Alerts

    7 monthes ago - By App Advice

    The companion app for the Canary line of home security cameras has added a number of new features with a new update to version 2.15.0.
    To help further customize recording, users can now set their Canary to record all motion, record only people, or not to record at all.
    And motion alerts can be configured for all motion or people only.
    Finally, users can also configure they away mode and select what is recorded and what alerts they can receive.
    The Canary app is designed for the iPhone and can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.
    Back in March , the company introduced a new pricing...
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  • Apple Shares Two New Ads Aimed at Encouraging Android Users to Switch to iPhone

    7 monthes ago - By Mac Rumors

    Apple today shared two new videos in its "Life's easier on iPhone" series, which are aimed at encouraging Android users to switch over to an iPhone.
    The first ad, "App Store," depicts exploding app icons that are meant to demonstrate the superior safety of the iOS App Store, which is curated by human editors to protect against malicious apps.
    Apple's second ad highlights Portrait Mode and Portrait Lighting on the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X, both features that are designed to offer studio quality effects with the iPhone.
    The two ads are both 15 seconds in length and will likely be used...
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