Camera+ 6 and the Pop Tart: a lesson in responsive design
Right after Apple announced the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Preet Banerjee tweeted a wonderful graphic that was ever so effective in helping the world understand the relative sizes of the new iPhones, old iPhones, and iPads…
Seeing the Pop Tart in there convinced me that the iPhone 6 was the way to go for me. Because I use an iPad very often, the 6 Plus would be overkill for me.
Since Apple announced iOS 8 a few short months ago at WWDC, we’ve been very hard at work on the next generation of our flagship app, Camera+ 6. If you haven’t seen the preview of it that we recently showed-off, here’s the always effervescent Jack Hollingsworth to give you a little taste of it…
Tomorrow marks the day that Camera+ 6 will be going out into the wild, and to prepare for the big occasion, I present to you our wonderful, new UI on the various sizes of Pop Tart…
Be sure to check back here tomorrow. I promise you won’t be the least bit disappointed!
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I don’t need to have a “Photography” folder on my iPhone anymore! you guys have done all the things I had expected an app to have except for one, and that is a Cortex Camera-like feature. I guess I’ll have to wait for the next version! Really awesome job you guys did with this version though, Thank you.
@Ara or you use ProCamera 8 ;-)
Are you sure that ProCamera 8 has Super Resolution? Cause I’ve checked and Cortex Camera is the only app on the App Store that has that technology
Mobile photography is ont top trending hobbies right now, and i think, iphone 6 will be good option to be a mobile photography tool