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thewyingkit:

How do you celebrate the arrival of a new member of the family? If you’re super Apple fan and former training manager for the Apple Online Store team Andreas Kleinke the answer is that you announce it in the same way Apple introduces a new product.
Adopting the minimalist design Apple is known for, Kleinke created a website for his new baby Jonathan, describing his son’s “20-inch seamless unibody enclosure,” “ten meticulously aligned fingers” and “maximum volume going all the way up to 120 dB.”
The site notes that parental sleep mode is disabled by default, and that gibberish comes as the pre-installed language, although additional language packs are available.
Kleinke says he got the idea while in California last December. “We had only just learnt that we’ll be parents, and when we stopped by Apple’s company store in Cupertino, they had this baby onesie that had ‘Brand new mini’ written across it,” he explains.
That began Kleinke’s brain working and, by the time his baby’s due date was approaching, he was thinking about how best to break the news to friends and family, once the big day arrived.

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miss_piggy:

that's awesome! love it!
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thewyingkit:

Hyperlapse: Instagram's First Standalone App You'll Actually Want to Use



Between Facebook's Slingshot and Instagram's Bolt, there's been no shortage of photo-focused standalone apps from Facebook this summer.

But unlike Bolt and Slingshot, which have so far proved underwhelming, Instagram's latest standalone, Hyperlapse, is simple, elegant and actually really useful. The app, which rolled out Tuesday, allows users to quickly and easily create on-the-go time-lapse videos— something that hasn't been easily and effectively accomplished on mobile, until now.

"We designed Hyperlapse to be as simple as possible," Instagram wrote in a blog post introducing their newest offering.

In fact, the app is almost deceptively simple. Record a video, select a playback speed, save and share. No additional editing, tweaking or user account required.

Getting started
The app launches with the camera, one tap starts the recording and a second stops it. As you record, you'll see two timers, the first is how long your video is and the second is how long your video will be once it's compressed into the default 6x playback rate (more on playback speed in a minute).


The app's most powerful feature, image stabilization, is not immediately obvious. Time-lapse videos have traditionally required the camera to remain in a fixed position, which is a lot easier said than done on mobile. But videos shot with Hyperlapse are smoothed out and stabilized so seamlessly you could easily be fooled into thinking you just happened to record with an extra steady hand.

To see just how powerful Hyperlapse's stabilization is, hold down on the screen after you've recorded a video to see a preview of what your video would look like without stabilization.

Choosing a playback speed
Playback speed — which can be set at 1x, 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x, or 12x — determines how much faster your original video will be played. If you record a 30-second video and select the default 6x speed, for example, the resulting video will be five seconds long.

When choosing a playback speed, you should take into account the length of your original video and how you plan on sharing it. Generally speaking, the longer the original video, the higher you'll want the playback speed to be.

If you plan on sharing your video to Instagram, keep in mind the platform limits videos to 15 seconds (though you can trim videos created in Hyperlapse within Instagram). This means if you stick with the 6x speed, you can record up to 90 seconds of video, if you choose the fastest 12x speed, you can record up to three minutes of video.

Saving and Sharing
When you've finished recording and selected a speed, tapping the green checkmark saves the video to your camera roll. Once saved, you can also share the video to Facebook or Instagram. Unlike Instagram and the recently-updated Vine, you can't import videos you have already recorded into Hyperlapse. You can, however, record videos and save them to edit and share later.



To save a video, tap the red "x" in the top left corner of the app and select "edit later." Unlike Vine, there is no limit to how many videos you can save, aside from the limits of your device's storage capacity.

This brings up another important point to keep in mind — HD video uses much more of your device's storage than photos. Though your video may be compressed to a fraction of it's original length, Hyperlapse's videos will still take up more space than photos, particularly if you're creating time-lapse videos from lengthy clips.

Regardless of how long or expertly-crafted your videos are, having a super simple and easily-Instagrammable tool for time-lapses is a game changer for amateurs and power users alike.

Watch the "Instagram's Hyperlapse" video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lTxRR38tbY

Source: Mashable
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Annadig24:

how can i find ebooks translated in German? Anyone?

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thewyingkit:

Looks like the iPhone 6 will be the highest-resolution Apple phone yet
Clues discovered in iOS 8
By Michael Rougeau


It's past time for Apple to shake up the iPhone's image once again, and it's currently believed that it will do so by releasing two variants of the iPhone 6: one at 4.7 inches, and the other a 5.5-inch phablet.
Before today we had yet to see any evidence of what resolution these two devices might be, but now it seems that they might have a 828 x 1472 resolution - or even a massive 1242 x 2208, significantly greater than existing iPhones' 640 x 1136 ratio.
That's according to 9 to 5 Mac, which claims to have uncovered clues within iOS 8 files found in the latest Xcode 6 development kit beta.
Long story short, files for the iOS springboard - the home screen from which apps are launched - might betray a resolution that doesn't match up with past devices.

What are those extra pixels worth?

And unlike when Apple made the iPhone 5S taller but not wider, this resolution might hint that the iPhone 6 is expanding on all sides, as previously thought.
Despite its larger size, with this increased resolution the rumored 4.7-inch iPhone 6 would still be sharper than the 4-inch iPhone 5S.
And with that 828 x 1472 resolution the screen on even the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 would still surpass the 300 pixels-per-inch that Apple defines as a Retina display. Obviously the greater resolution - 1242 x 2208 - would far surpass that as well, so much so that it actually seems unlikely, though it's impossible to tell for sure at this time.
These larger 16:9 resolutions could also open up more screen real estate, according to 9 to 5's calculations, making room for Apple to potentially add more icons to each home screen.
Whether or not that happens may come down to a design decision on Apple's part, though you can bet your bottom dollar that decision has already been made, if the iPhone 6 is going to launch in September as expected.

Source: TechRadar
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reet14:

Apple has now given option to the owners of original iPhone to install the "last compatible version" of an app in their device. So in case you are stuck at iOS 4.2.1, but the application you want to install requires iOS 4.3 to work, you can now download the 4.2.1 version of that app. Therefore, people with original iPhone can now retain their older device even longer than before. You can check the following link for most useful apps for iPhone 3g

http://radharenu.hubpages.com/_1fvrvpoyw4f0q/hub/10-Most-Useful-Free-Apps-for-iPhone-3g

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yeongshing ADMIN :

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adnankhan1988:

okk...
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dt2games:

Hi, can anybody think of a good shooting game? Better be andriod based cause i don't have an iphone.

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michael5119

michael5119:

Gun Zombie: Hellgate
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michael5119

michael5119:

N.O.V.A 3 also not bad
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twtscat51:

Hi, Can someone please help with retrieving a ringtone once I downloaded it on my ipone 4s. I can't find it on my phone. Thanks

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izzularipin ADMIN :

8GB iPhone 5C Headed To India



Back in January, Apple started selling the iPhone 4 in India again, last week Apple stopped selling the handset in the country, and the apparent reason for this is that Apple are getting ready to launch the 8GB iPhone 5C in India.

The iPhone 4 was sold as the entry level iPhone in India, the device will now be replaced with the 8GB iPhone 5C, and the handset is expected to retail for around 35,000 RS in India, the 16GB model currently retails for 41,900 Rs.


The cheaper iPhone 5C has been available in a range of European countries, plus China and Australia over the last few months, Apple originally launched the device to boost sales of the iPhone 5C.

The iPhone 5C comes in a range of bright colors, and the handset features a 4 inch Retina display with a resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels, it is powered by Apple’s A6 processor and features 1GB of RAM.



Other specifications on the handset include an 8 megapixel rear camera for photos and video, and a front facing Apple FaceTime camera which features a 1.2 megapixel sensor.

The 8GB version of the iPhone 5C is expected to launch in India some time over the next few weeks, Apple are also rumored to be expanding the 8GB model to other countries as well.

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