If you’re an iPhone fan who’s delved into further Apple cult, we’re sure you’re also trying out the new iPhone fad: iPhoneography. If you’re not very particular about iPhoneography but does general photography through your iPhone, well you may also find this article very interesting.
This does not necessarily mean that parents would let their kids play around with their iPhones, I am sure a lot of parents get jumpy every time they see their kids grab their iPhones. For sure, you wouldn’t want your kids to accidentally drop that iPhones, or break it in any way. Aside from that, you also wouldn’t want them to play Angry Birds all the time.
iPhoneography has taken the web and the smartphone world by storm! Websites about iPhone photography has shown up, lists of 100 most amazing pictures taken from an iPhone had surfaced and groups have been formed to celebrate or practice the art of using Apple’s iPhone cameras.
A lot of complaints about mobile apps on the iPhone claim that some of them do not run and frequently crash. What bugs a lot of people about this is that even paid applications, or those that were bought from the iPhone App Store, can also crash. Of course, practical iPhone owners would complain that this is a waste of money, not to mention time and effort in downloading these apps.
Everyone knows that not everything in the world is free. But who can refuse good things, especially if they are free? In the world of iPhone mobile applications, there are those that you need to buy and those that are available for free. The thing is, not everything that is for sale in the Apple apps market is really useful. Some of them can even be overrated and plain useless.
Are you thinking of selling your iPhone because you don’t have much fun with it anymore? There are a couple of well-designed and fun arcade game apps that have just been released. First is Don’t Fry the Frog!, a new and exciting game wherein your thumbs get electrified as your goal is to zap pesky flies before a frog eats them and there’s also Munch Time, more of a puzzle game wherein you’ll navigate a chameleon, making it change its color so that it can move from one level to the next.
Just like any other advanced gadget, the iPhone has been subject to various issues connected to the information security of its users. With more people depending a lot on their iPhones, it is not rare that they put a lot of personal information on it. Thus, it is very disconcerting to hear news that there are some iPhone apps that apparently store and upload the phone address books of their users without their permission.