Posts Tagged ‘wwdc2014’

3 Awesome Camera Features Apple Didn’t Mention During Yesterday’s Keynote

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Is it too much to ask that Apple spend their entire WWDC Keynote talking about photography-related things? Okay, yes… maybe it is. But that doesn’t mean you should be left out of the loop, so here are the three major photo-related updates that Apple didn’t have time to talk about during yesterday’s keynote. Read more…

The Updated iCloud Stores & Syncs Every Photo You Take Across All Your Devices

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The final installment of photo-related news out of Apple’s annual WWDC Keynote comes out of the clouds… or rather cloud. Tying together photo management across the entire Apple ecosystem is the introduction of iCloud Photo Library. Read more…

Apple Adds Better Editing, OSX Integration and More Into Overhauled Photos app

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Along with the updates to iOS at the developer level, Apple has taken new strides in its own photo applications. As presumed by many, the iOS version of the Photos app received quite an update while Apple also showed off a new ‘Photos’ app for OSX, which may very well take the place of what has long been known as iPhoto.

Following in the footsteps of our first WWDC-related announcement, we’ll start off by walking you through the changes to the stock iOS Photos app. After that, we’ll hit on the dramatic change to Photos in the all-new OSX Yosemite, which has been built from the ground up to work seamlessly with the iOS app. Read more…

Apple Opens Up Manual Camera Controls & Cross-App Photo Editing in iOS 8

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While many exciting things were anticipated to come from Apple’s WWDC Keynote today, there were a number of photography-related announcements that went above and beyond what we were hoping for. Apple has really opened the door for developers to go crazy when it comes to creating and improving camera apps. Read more…