With the introduction of the iPhone 5s, Apple brought two new features to the device's camera: Slow Mo and Burst Mode. Both new shooting modes help capture great content that you can share with the ones you care about. But sharing Slow Mo vids is more difficult than it needs to be, especially on a service like Instagram. Luckily, we have a simple way to do it.
Push your iPad to the limit!
In addition to being faster and thinner, the iPad 2 includes a gyroscope, and not one but two cameras. With this in mind, we looked for apps that leverage these improvements. The obvious ones are Apple's own Photo Booth and FaceTime (both built-in) as well as GarageBand ($4.99, app2.me/3798) and iMovie ($4.99, app2.me/2551). This article focuses on third-party apps that you might want to take a look at.
You can learn a lot about a person—or a mobile device—in five weeks!
Minutes after it went on sale in the US, I was walking out the door of my local Best Buy with an iPad 2 under my arm. So, I've been using it for as long as any non-Apple employee—about five weeks when I wrote this review! The following describes my "long term" road test of the new iPad.
Thinner and lighter than the original