Can an iPhone hold its own against a real movie camera? No, of course not. But that gap is narrowing…
Today’s security update for Apple’s iOS devices is a serious one:
One of the world’s most evasive digital arms dealers is believed to have been taking advantage of three security vulnerabilities in popular Apple products in its efforts to spy on dissidents and journalists.
Basically, if you’re a journalist working for a national or international news organisation, update your iPhone or iPad as soon as you possibly can.
Another documentary filmmaker proves that all you need is an iPhone - oh, and some huge, professional lenses…
Apple has finally (sort of) admitted that iPhone battery life can be too limited for some - by releasing their own battery case.
Sean Baker's latest film was shot entirely on an Apple smartphone - challenging our idea of the kit needed for movie making.
People are too obsessed with the quality of their video kit, and don't think enough about content quality.
Where does the iPhone draw its design influences? This video explores the sources of iOS inspiration...
An equation for surprisingly vivid photography
I have an iPhone 5s, and I'm impressed by the camera.
Once again, the tech press and the buying public are at odds. Is this an opportunity?