05/04/2012, When Apple first released its iPhoto for iOS in March, many users realized that the company was not using its nemesis’ geo application Google Maps as it usually does but apparently had opted for maps from the OpenStreetMap project. Back then, the Cupertino tech giant offered no official acknowledgement of the team behind the non-profit endeavor which has put in due effort to collect a series of maps from over […]
04/25/2012, One of the new apps that Apple unveiled alongside the new iPad was iPhoto for iOS devices. It was a pretty interesting inclusion and it allowed iOS users a more powerful photo editing tool for their tablets. Perhaps there were some features of iPhoto for iOS that Apple thought were too good to pass up on, which might explain a recent set of rumors that has suggested that Apple could […]
03/09/2012, Most of us should be pretty familiar with the basic mechanics of the self-timer feature on cameras. At the most basic level, it allows the photographer to set a timer before the photo is taken. Professional photographers when taking photos with long exposures or when taking a scenery tend to favor the self-timer as it allows for a shot to be taken minus accidental blurs due to the photographer accidentally […]
03/08/2012, We’ve heard plenty of rumors about Apple dropping Google and building its own services when it comes to maps and the weather and while the company hasn’t done it yet, it looks like it could be soon. According to reports online, Apple’s iPhoto app doesn’t make use of Google for its weather and mapping service anymore. In fact, iPhoto uses an unnamed alternative service that is said to be from […]
03/07/2012, Only a few hours ago, we reported on a rumor/speculation about iPhoto making its way onto the new iPad, and it looks like it panned out. iPhoto for iOS has officially been announced and will come with support for photos up to 19MP, new gestures, editing, and will even allow users to beam photos from one device to the other along with the creation of photo journals. In one example, it seems […]
03/07/2012, Apple’s event which will be held in a few hours is expected to reveal the next-generation iPad, but what sort of features or upgrades will we be seeing? Well according to a recent speculation, it seems that on the software front, iPhoto is reportedly a pretty good candidate to be making an appearance on the tablet.
10/26/2011, Do you use iPhoto a whole lot? If the answer is in the affirmative, then you might be pleased to know that Apple has just released an update to their iPhoto software, bumping up the version number to 9.2.1 in the process. This update will handle all issues concerning iPhoto’s rather erratic behavior of quitting unexpectedly, and if you want to make that update, just do it via the Software […]
10/25/2010, Apple’s iLife ’11 might have arrived with much fanfare, but there is some bad news going around related to iPhoto ’11. Reports are in that some users are losing some or all of their photo libraries when upgrading. It probably isn’t too widespread an issue just yet, or everybody would be complaining. That being said, the folks who have been affected are complaining about it, especially in the forums. It’s […]