Old discarded iPhones in Vietnam have found very curious use. The local owner of the house, working in a telephone service center (probably Apple), built a fence from them, more precisely, lined the wall and columns with them. Continue reading »
The overall winner of the 13th annual iPhone Photography Awards has been announced, with the winning entry shot on an iPhone X.
The winners of the 2020 iPhone Photograph Awards — an annual contest solely for images taken with an iPhone or iPad — have been announced. In this 13th year of the awards, the grand prize winner and also Photographer of the Year is Dimpy Bhalotia from the UK. She wins an iPad Air. Continue reading »
iPhone photographers around the world answered the call to participate in the Night mode photo challenge, sharing their captivating Night mode images shot on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. A curated panel of judges selected six winning photos from thousands of submissions worldwide.
Konstantin Chalabov (Moscow, Russia), iPhone 11 Pro
“Konstantin’s photo is a super-dramatic image shot with Night mode. It could be the opening shot of a great Cold War spy movie. It challenges us with intriguing questions — ‘Where is the driver? Where are they going? Why stop out here?’ A cool mist permeates the blue Russian hillside and snow-covered ground, framing the lonely vehicle with bright red lights that hint at an unknown danger.” Continue reading »
Modern market offers a variety of different phone cases: thin or powerful, transparent or stylish, with a unique pattern or its own engraving. But the owner of this case decided to go his own way. Continue reading »
On Tuesday, Apple unveiled its new iPhones, all of which have extra cameras.
This year’s lineup features the iPhone 11, iPhone Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Aside from the amazing new qualities and long battery life of the new range, the iPhone 11 Pro’s triple-lens camera has caught the most attention between social media users. Continue reading »
Creatives of our generation use the smartphone as a real tool of creation in many fields : photography, video, graphic design, music… The Iphone by Apple is particularly appreciated for its image quality and its creative applications. Continue reading »
If you’re looking for a handy new iPhone case, look no further. Sold by Japanese smartphone case retailer Hamee, this unusually shaped case called “Nami’s Hand” is realistically modeled after a real woman’s hand, reproducing details right down to the whites of the nails and palm lines. Although not as soft and flexible as a real hand, the fleshy parts of the fingers and palm are still remarkably soft to the touch. Continue reading »
Anshuman Ghosh is a visual artist based in South Africa who creates quirky illustrations that revolve around his iPhone. Continue reading »
Alex Jiang (US), iPhone XS Max
iPhone photographers around the world shared their best photos for the Shot on iPhone Challenge, capturing remarkable moments with the world’s most popular camera. The 10 selected winners will be featured on billboards in select cities, in Apple retail stores and online. The winning shots came from a range of models, from iPhone XS Max to iPhone 7, showcasing the quality of cameras across the line. Continue reading »
Sergey Bratishchev shoots the amazing landscapes that he shares on his Instagram account with his iPhone X. A beautiful gallery that will catch the eyes of every travel-lovers. Continue reading »
Thousands of people from more than 140 countries submitted their iPhone pictures to the annual iPhone Photography Awards. Here’s a selection of the winning entries.
Displaced – Jashim Salam, Bangladesh, Grand Prize Winner, Photographer of the Year
“Rohingya children watching an awareness film about health and sanitation near Tangkhali refugee camp in Ukhiya.” Continue reading »
The iPhone Photography Awards has announced the winners of its 10th annual contest. The event saw iPhone photographers from 140 countries across the globe saw some great stories conveyed through photographs. With thousands of pictures carrying multiple stories from around the world, Apple chose some of the most distinguishing ones as the winners across multiple categories. Continue reading »
Yahav Draizin is a talented photographer and artist based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Yahav works in advertising as a deputy c.e.o for JWT Israel. He creates stunning images by combining everyday objects with images on his iPhone, and it’s simply brilliant. “As part of my job, and my passion, I’m constantly looking for inspiration to boost my creative skills and I love doing it by taking photos with a twist,” Draizin explaines. Continue reading »
The annual iPhone Photography Awards have recognized the top images taken with an iPhone as well as the top iPhone photographers for the last 9 years, and now this year’s winners have been unveiled. This year, “thousands” of images were submitted from photographers across 139 countries.
Man and the Eagle
“The brave and wise Khalkhas live along the mountains in the south of Xinjiang and are companions with the eagles. They regard eagles as their children and train them for many years to hunt. This 70 year old man is rigid and solemn in front of family and friends, but when he is with his beloved eagle, the corner of his mouth would curve up. When the eagles reach mating age, although he is very reluctant, the man releases the eagles back into nature so that they can thrive. A mild heart and exquisite love are covered by his weather-beaten face. He is a tough man with a tender heart.” Continue reading »
A smartphone usually is laying on your desk without any additional purpose. Once I decided that it can be turned into a classic pixel icon — the «happy computer». The only thing you need is a special stand that looks like a small computer case. It took me few days to design a blueprint and now it is ready and I want to share it with everyone. Continue reading »
From intimate, thought-provoking moments to stunning, captivating scenes, this year’s iPhone Photography Award winners are nothing short of impressive. The three Photographers of the Year Awards go to Michal Koralewski of Poland, David Craik of the United Kingdom and Yvonne Lu of the United States. Their photographs take full advantage of the iPhone to quietly capture their subjects without disturbing the atmosphere. Continue reading »
If you’ve been hunting for a truly unique way to customize your iPhone 5 then look no further because with this exclusive promotion you’ll be able to fully customize a case with all of your special photos. It even gets better… you’ll even receive a screen protector [$20 value] for your mobile device with this purchase.
We love our family, friends, adventures, long nights, hikes, trips, beach days, and good times, and now we can put all of these wonderful memories on a sleek case for ONE of our most favorite devices on this planet. Need we say more?
BodyGuardz Armor™ Carbon Fiber is the ultimate in expression and protection. Each carbon fiber skin [please note: this is NOT a case] is custom designed to fit your device and will provide tough scratch protection. As a bonus, each skin also includes a screen protector. With this BodyGuardz exclusive you’ll be able to select either the Black or White skin for either your iPhone 4/4S or iPhone 5.
No coding experience? No problem.
With this easy-to-follow video course you’ll learn how to create apps using the same tools and techniques used to make the top apps in The App Store.
You’ll create your first app in Lesson 2 without writing a single line of code and then in Lesson 3 you’ll learn how to write code using Apple’s Objective-C programming language. Once you’ve gotten the hang of programming, you’ll create three more apps as you explore Apple’s iOS software development kit.
You’ll also be walked through every detail of developing an app from project creation, through every line of code, and on to testing the app. Finally, in the last lesson you’ll be able to watch over the instructor’s shoulder as he submits an app to The App Store.
Fancy a toy that is both fun and creepy at the same time? We have just the thing… This little robotic bug looks and moves just like a real insect, but is completely controlled by your iOS device. Simply sync up your iBug to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod and you’ll be walking, racing, and scaring the bajebus out of friends, family, and pets in no time. The iPhone Controlled Bug is the perfect gift for insect lovers and iPhone aficionado alike!
Plug & Play
Download the controller App from the App Store, plug in the included transmitter in the headphone jack, and you are ready to go!
Recharge your iBug with the included USB charging cable. No batteries required!
Inspired by movements and characteristics of an insect, these creepy crawler will have everyone fooled.
Free Global Shipping
Free shipping to the United States, Canada, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Australia, South Africa, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore
Miniot, a team from Holland, presents to you Miniot Cobra and Miniot Contour cases for iPhone 5. Not just cases, but real enhancements to your iPhone 5. The new wood combinations are a feast for the eyes, and a joy to the touch.
The success of our previous iWood contour and cobra series inspired us to start from scratch, and create the new Miniot contour and Miniot cobra series. Both designs are new, yet can be recognised as worthy members of the Miniot family of products. We carefully selected a new range of wood combinations, so we are glad to present to you five new styles. Continue reading »
Transform your digital iPhone images into real instant photographs that you can touch, caress and share with friends!
The Impossible Instant Lab is designed to transform any digital image via your iPhone into an instant photo that is exposed using only the light from the display, then processed and developed by chemicals. A photo that exists physically – IRL. A photo that is a one-of-a-kind original that can be shared, exhibited and preserved. A photo that no longer needs an electronic device to be seen.
Just select an image from the Instant Lab app, place the iPhone in the cradle and slide open the shutter on the base. A signal tells you when the exposure is finished. Close the shutter, push the button and the Instant Lab ejects your photo, ready to develop in the palm of your hand. That’s it! Continue reading »
Awesome iPhone 5 concept commercial, created by Adney, a 17 y/o aspiring filmmaker. Clearly amazing. The quad-core A5 chip delivers even more power. The laser projection keyboard liberates your thumbs. The new iClear Retina display presents sharp graphics and stunning images. iOS 6 will take your iPhone experience in an entirely new direction. Continue reading »
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