The BlackBerry Passport when first announced managed to raise a few eyebrows. Its odd choice for a 1:1 display was questionable, although it seems that there are many who are slowly starting to warm up to the idea of it. That being said, the majority of apps haven’t been designed for such aspect ratios, but BlackBerry is hoping developers will do something about it.
According to an email that BlackBerry has begun sending to developers, it basically reminds them that they should get their BlackBerry Q10 apps ready for the BlackBerry Passport. “As the release of the BlackBerry Passport approaches, we want to ensure that your apps will be part of the new product launch [...] The great news for you is that most apps that offer support for BlackBerry Q10 will also function seamlessly on the new smartphone. For your convenience, we will be automatically expanding your device support to include the BlackBerry Passport for your apps that currently support the BlackBerry Q10.” Read full post →BlackBerry Prompts Developers To Prep Their Apps For The Passport
Recently we have been hearing rumors that Canon could be getting ready to announce the successor to the Canon EOS 7D camera. This is thanks to a recent listing on Amazon that marked the EOS 7D as discontinued, suggesting that successor could be on its way. While it remains to be seen whether or not Canon makes their announcement, Canon India has posted a teaser on their Facebook page.
As you can see in the image above, the teaser image reads, “Get your camera ready, something BIG is coming”. It is unclear as to what Canon could be implying by this, but given that they’re asking photographers to get their cameras ready, it seems to suggest that Canon could be gearing up for the launch of new lenses. Read full post →Canon India Posts Teaser On Facebook