One of the main attraction when it comes to iOS 11 and iPhone 8 Plus/iPhone X is the Portrait Lighting in-camera effect that allows users to apply dramatic studio and stage lighting to portrait photos.
Apple is now showcasing this feature in a new ad – “Portraits of Her”. Jump over the break to check out the video…
DiskMaker X is an application built with AppleScript that you can use with many versions of OS X to build a bootable drive from macOS installer program (the one you download from the Mac App Store). As soon as you launch the application, it tries to find the macOS Install program with Spotlight.
Then, it proposes to build a bootable install disk and make it look as nice as possible. It’s the easiest way to build an macOS Installer in a few clicks !
You can use the Install drive to fully re-install the OS on a freshly formated drive, or install it on your many Macs without re-downloading the full installer.
Jump over the break to learn how to use DiskMaker X…
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus comes with a new all glass design, wireless charging, and A11 Bionic processor. So is the iPhone 8 just a glorified iPhone 7S? Let’s open it up and take a look at its guts.
Jump over the break to check out iFixit’s teardown and analysis of both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
iPhone 8’s camera is a beast. And it’s finally back at the top of the DxOMark camera rankings. In the review, DxOMark says that “the Apple iPhone 8 Plus is the best-performing mobile device camera we have ever tested.
So how does the new iPhone 8 compare to the iPhone 7 and the Samsung S8? Jump over the break to find out…
Apple claims that the iPhone 8 is covered by the “world’s strongest glass”. Since most of us have butter fingers, we can’t help but wonder just how durable is the new iPhone 8 compared to the iPhone 7.
With the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus officially released today, Apple has published a new video highlighting some of the new features of the phone.
A new, durable glass design. Portrait Lighting on iPhone 8 Plus. Wireless charging. A11 Bionic, the most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone. Even better cameras. Water resistant. New Retina HD display. Augmented reality.
About a week ago Apple introduced the new iPhone X, and people are going crazy over it. Most people. I’m not one of them. For many reasons.
One of them, of course, is that god damn notch at the top of the screen.
But, if you’re one of those people that will skip the iPhone 8 Plus ( Or skip upgrading all together this year, it’s not the end of the world. Really! ) because of the outdated design, maybe you want to give YouTube Notch Mode a try before buying the iPhone X.
It’s a free Google Chrome extension that brings the magic of the iPhone X display to YouTube. I just installed it, and right away it made me feel like 1,000 bucks.