Posted On Friday, April 6, 2012 By temp. Under TUAW Tags: apps, ios, ipad, iphone, iphoto, photography, software, the-end, tuaw
Just shy of a month after its release, Lukas Mathis provides well-reasoned criticism regarding the learning curve for iPhoto for iOS . It's new territory for Apple, as he points out, but it might be pushing the boundaries a little too hard.
Posted On Sunday, March 11, 2012 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, RedMondPie Tags: home, ipad, ipad apps, iphone, iphone apps, iphoto, ipod touch, privacy, redmond-pie-, redmondpie, rights, rights-reserved-, site-meter, tip-us, var-page
One of the many new things to come out of Apple's recent iPad 3 event was the release of an iOS version of iPhoto. Rumored to be on the horizon for what feels like forever, iPhoto on an iPad, especially one with a Retina Display, just makes so much sense that it hurts
Posted On Saturday, March 10, 2012 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: advertise, ipad, ipad apps, iphoto, privacy, privacy-policy, redmond, redmond-pie-, redmondpie, rights, tip-us, var-page
With the public release of the the new iPad drawing ever closer, the gadget and Apple loving population are rightly becoming more excited as the days countdown until they can get their hands on the brand new tablet. Email inboxes around the globe are also starting to receive notifications that Apple have already sent their new shiny iPad out for shipping, prompting speculation that in some case it may even arrive before the March 16th official release date.