The industrial design of the iPhone 6 is close to flawless... Except for one flaw so weird, so major, that it's maddening: The fact that the camera protrudes from the body of the phone, meaning it never lies completely flat and gets caught on all kinds of stuff. The perfectionists at PeripateticPandas have a solution,…
Today, we got a look at the the future of the iPhone camera. Apple's doubling down on its imaging tech in the hopes that it can catch the eye of the people who really care about the quality of their images. Here's what you need to know about the future of your memory maker.
Because we all carry smartphones and because we all fancy ourselves as photographers and because we're all just satisfied with good enough, the pictures we take hardly ever reach the full potential of a shot. Even worse, they're run through filters that destroy the tone, they're squared off to limit the scope and…
Kyle Jones, a guitarist, had the clever idea of recording himself playing guitar from inside his guitar. He didn't expect to see the guitar strings turn into wacky, wavy and shapely lines. It's crazy. And it's thanks to the iPhone.
With 3D Photo, a boring 'ol picture can transform into a Picasso-esque art piece in no time. There's 15 different effects so you get more options than just Cubism and you can use previous photos along with new ones to artify in 3D. The app gives you a live preview of the effects so you know what you're getting…
If you thought war photography on the front page of today's New York Times looked different, you're right. I did too. But I'd never have guessed that it was taken with an iPhone. Using Hipstamatic, no less!
As great as the iPhone 4 camera is, it's not exactly ideal for macro situations. Luckily, you can build your own iPhone macro lens—with wire, glue and a disposable camera—so that it can be.
When photographer Lee Morris posted images from this set on his site, some of his readers claimed they were the best photos he'd had ever taken. The joke? This behind-the-scenes video reveals how they were captured:
The Marine in the photo above is in the middle of a fire fight against the Taliban in Afghanistan's Helmand province. AP photographer David Guttenfelder caught the moment, and many others just as captivating, with his iPhone camera.
With a new iPhone expected to debut this summer, Apple's phone-related patents start to take on added weight. Especially when they're as badass as the one unveiled yesterday that turns the iPhone's camera into a swipe pad.
The iPhone's camera resolution leaves much to be desired, but there's more to image quality than just resolution. And according to one series of tests, the firmware 3.0 is taking better photos than its predecessor.
Anonymously-sourced rumors from Asian trade publications should be taken with, like, four grains of salt, and this is no exception: Digitimes reports that OmniVision has received orders for 3.2-megapixel CMOS sensors, for a new iPhone.
We have seen several different add-on lenses designed to enhance the iPhone camera, but these versions ditch the case in favor of magnetic mounts. There are also three different lenses to choose from.
Who says you can't do amazing things with the iPhone's camera? Using only its subpar shooter and some skillful manual stitching, you can actually create some incredible patchwork panoramas. The crappiness of the cam actually gives the shots a lomographic sheen that meshes really with the whole hand-stitched patchwork…
The lack of extraneous features on the iPhone's Camera app is great for most people, but heavy-duty cameraphone aficionados want to be able to adjust stuff like digital zoom, greyscale, auto-rotation and burst mode. Snapture is the solution. If you've got a jailbroken phone just install the app from Installer.app's…