Simply put; this is insane. Artist Kyle Lambert has created this masterpiece that you'd be forgiven for thinking at first glance was a photograph but is actually a painting created using an iPad and the Procreate app. And a whole lot of time. About 200 hours to be precise.
Previously announced, today Realmac has officially launched its digital scrapbook application, Ember, for iPhone and iPad. Available as a free download, Ember for iOS will work seamlessly with Ember for Mac with full iCloud sync included.
FileMaker on Tuesday announced FileMaker 13, the newest version of their database software for OS X, Windows, iOS and the Web. More than 50 new features have been added, including dramatically improved web deployment.
The transparent design of the Naked Tough Case gives your iPhone 5C clear protection that lets the original look of your device shine though! This clear case comes in a variety of colors that include a shock absorbing bumper that fits inside the shell for extra protection against drops.
Amazon has kicked off a new 12 days of book deals valid not only on print books, but also on Kindle eBooks. The promotion is said to cover popular and best selling titles, with different deals being offered every day.
PayPal may be an eBay users best friend, but it's also branching out into selling digital gift cards, and Apple is the new service's first partner. In the U.S, PayPal's new Digital Gifts store will now sell you iTunes Store gift cards using your PayPal account.
A deal for China Mobile to sell the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c has looked pretty much a certainty for a while now, and it seems that reservations are already being taken. Philip Elmer-Dewitt first reported on it for Fortune:
For such an insanely popular app, Whatsapp sure has been dragging its heels when it comes to any form of iOS 7 update. Now, at long last, it's here, and it looks pretty much as you would imagine an iOS 7 styled Whatsapp would look.
We've certainly got some ideas for the best devices, apps and accessories of the past year, but it's no fun unless we know what you think as well. So we're soliciting your nominations to help us narrow the field a bit. So please, fill out this nomination form with the devices, apps and accessories that you think we should consider.
While I don't often like to admit it, there once was a time when I was a hardcore Windows user. My desktop ran Windows, my laptop ran Windows and I often scoffed at Apple's offerings. It wasn't until 2006 when the black polycarbonate MacBook appeared that I began to look at Apple machines differently. Oh how I longed to have a matte black MacBook.
By the time I got around to actually being able to afford such a machine, Apple ended up breaking my heart. The black MacBook was discontinued in 2008, but to this day I still hope they bring them back in some way. Judging from some of the responses in the iMore Forums, I'm not alone in my desires here.