Posts Tagged ‘apple iPhone 7’

Apple App of the Week: Day One Journal

Saturday, August 26th, 2017

Are you the type to always start a diary or journal with good intentions, but lose the flow a week later then you need to check out our Apple App of the week

Day One Journal‘s elegant interface makes journaling about your life a simple pleasure.

With Day One: Journal you can:

Easily make journaling a part of your life:

- Reminders
- In-app and System Notifications
- Calendar

Reap the rewards of your consistency:

- On This Day flashbacks and Nearby entries
- On-the-spot memory enhancement
- Book printing

There’s no limit to the memories you can save in Day One:

- Unlimited photo storage (Premium only)
- Unlimited journals (Premium only)
- Social media with Day One’s Activity Feed and IFTTT integration

Day One Sync provides peace of mind:

- End-to-End Encryption
- Sync across all your devices (Premium only)
- Passcode and Touch ID lock

Day One’s clean, distraction-free interface makes it easy to write down what’s important on the go.

Download the app on your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus today.


Apple App of the Week: TouchRetouch By Adva-Soft

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

This week’s Apple of the week is one for the photography fans.

TouchRetouch by Adva-Soft offers you all the tools you need to efficiently remove unwanted content from your iPhone photos.

What can you remove with TouchRetouch?

  • Surface breaks and scratches—both straight and curved
  • Photobombers
  • Pimples and skin blemishes
  • Human-made objects like stop lights, street signs, trash cans
  • Whatever else you feel is spoiling your photos
  • Telephone wires and posts, power lines

One Touch Fixes

Make unwanted objects vanish right before your eyes by just marking them.With Blemish Remover, you can touch any minor blemish once to remove it forever.

Single Flick Line Removal

Mark only a section of a line to remove it whole; no need to be precise—the app will find the line.
If you need to erase only a part of a line, use Segment Remover.
Set Line Thickness to Thin, Medium, or Thick for better performance.

Easy to use re-touching

Eliminate distractions from photos with the Object Removal tool—select either Brush or Lasso, mark the content to be removed, and then tap the Go button.

Remove defects or duplicate objects by using the Clone Stamp tool.
Adjust Stamp Size, Hardness, and Opacity as desired.
Use Eraser to wipe out what has just been cloned.
Set Eraser Size, Hardness, and Opacity as needed.

Easy to follow tutorials

Watch the in-app video tutorials for guidelines on how to use the app.
Read some tips and advice on how to get more out of the tools the app offers.

Download TouchRetouch today on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Both handsets are available with UK and international delivery.


Apple granted Seven Design Patents covering their iPhone 7

Friday, March 17th, 2017

The Apple iPhone 7 hit our world on September 7, 2016, at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco by Apple CEO Tim Cook, and were released on September 16, 2016. Since then iPhone 7 fever has taken over and the iPhone 7 Plus sold out online before the smartphone became available in store.

Last week Apple continued their iPhone 7 winning streak with the tech giants being granted seven design patents covering their iPhone 7.

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The majority cover the dual lens camera system of the Plus (a total of four design patents for the iPhone 7-Plus from numbers 7M001 to 7M004) with the remaining three design patents focusing on individual features of the iPhone 7 Plus design.

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Purchase the Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus today.


What to Expect from iOS10

Saturday, September 3rd, 2016

The invites are out and the iPhone 7 is nearly here, which also means the official launch of iOS 10, which was unveiled at the Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this year.

Here are the highlights of things to come:

1. Messages are made fun, Snapchat style, with stickers, doodles and invisible ink (Send a message or photo that remains hidden, then simply swipe to reveal it.).

2. Maps gets an update, making proactive suggestions for where you’re likely to go and the fastest way to get there. You can even make reservations at your favourite restaurants through apps like OpenTable and Uber direct from the Maps app.

3. Make your Home Smart. With the new Home app you’ll be able to turn lights on, raise your blinds and unlock doors.

4. The Music has been redesigned, with an intuitive design making it easier to enjoy your favourite songs and view lyrics.

5. You’ll be able to use 3D Touch with more apps and the Control Centre.

6. Raise to wake feature will allow you to simply pick up your iPhone to wake it up, and view your notifications.

7. Find the moment in an instant. With iOS10 you can search your photos by the people or things in them, like a beach, a football game or a puppy.

8. Pay for your online shopping with Apple Pay in your browser.

iOS 10 supported devices:

If you’re looking to update your current handset, iOS 10 will be a free update for the following devices:

All of the handsets above are available to purchase sim free, with next day delivery.


Will the iPhone 7 dual camera produce more detailed photographs?

Monday, August 29th, 2016

It’s no secret that Apple are likely to release at least two new smartphones in September, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7s, maybe an iPhone 7 Pro as well.

New rumours suggest that the iPhone 7 handsets may house dual cameras. A source from Bloomberg suggest that these dual cameras will provide a brighter, more detailed photograph as each lens will come with its own sensor. Therefore, each single photo will be a composite of two images captured at the same time.

iPhone 7 dual camera

All eyes are on you Tim Cook for next week’s releases.

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Will the iPhone 7 house a Touch Sensitive Home Button?

Thursday, August 25th, 2016

We’ve heard a whole host of rumours surrounding the iPhone 7 handset (or 3 possible variants of the iPhone 7) , due for launch in September this year. New predictions have surfaced surrounding the home button on the up coming apple release.

There have been numerous reports online suggesting that the iPhone 7 will house a brand new innovative pressure sensitive home button which will make use of Apple’s haptic feedback technology. Developing the 3D Touch of MacBook’s trackpads the touch sensitive button is likely to lead to lower failure rates.

iPhone 7 touch sensitive home button

The suggestion of a pressure sensitive home button also supports the rumours of a water and dust resistant iPhone this time round, as it will offer better weather sealing.

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Apple file Patent for Samsung Galaxy Edge style Curved screen

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

Apple filed a patent (Patent US009411451) on April of last year for electronic devices with sidewall displays and ‘bent flexible displays may be bent to form front side displays and edge displays’.

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The patent describes ”Edge displays may alternatively function as virtual buttons, virtual switches or information displays that are supplemental to front side displays… Edge shows might alternatively perform as digital buttons, digital switches or info shows which might be supplemental to entrance aspect shows.”

apple curved screen patent

This makes us think that Apple are putting together future iPhones (the iPhone 8 maybe) that will offer a curved screen similar to those seen in the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Note 7.

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