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Cycloramic app automatically spins iPhone 6 to capture 360-degree panoramas

Cycloramic is a new app for capturing panoramic shots with your iPhone 6. And rather than have you move your iPhone around to capture wide scenes, the best part about Cycloramic is that it will rotate the phone for you without any requiring assistance, giving gorgeous 360-degree videos and photos. As featured on the show Sharktank, Cycloramic's creators say that the app leverages the iPhone 6's internal vibration motor to help rotate the phone slowly to capture those panoramas. It's like setting your iPhone 6 on a turntable.

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Weekly Photo Contest: Panoramas with iOS 6!

One of the huge new features of iOS 6 is the ability to take panoramic photographs with the built-in camera app and what a better excuse to use it than to enter iMore's next photo contest! The only rule for this contest is that you must use Apple's new built-in panorama feature in iOS 6 to take the photo -- the subject matter is completely up to you. Just be a creative and have lots of fun!

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The iPhone 5's camera features panorama photos, simultaneous stills and video, and more

The recently announced iPhone 5 is going to sport new and improved cameras that allow you to take Panorama images be simply panning across a scene, 40% faster photo capture, better low-light performance, improved noise reduction, enhanced 1080p HD video recording, a front-facing camera that can record 720p HD video, and more.

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Regarding a new, automagic panorama camera feature for iOS 6 and iPhone 5

Back in mid-July iMore learned Apple was thinking about including a new, incredibly user-friendly panorama photography feature in iOS 6 for the iPhone 5. The sourcing was soft, however, so we mentioned it in passing in our iOS 6 comparison article back then, and our iPhone 5 event preview yesterday.

Now, for a few reasons, it's sounding solid.

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Weekly Photo Contest: Negative Space!

It's Wednesday, which means it's time to announce this week's photo contest -- and the winner of last week's panorama photography contest. Before I do, I want to congratulate everyone on their awesome entries. We've got some talented iPhoneographer readers here at iMore and it wasn't an easy decision!

And the winning entry is... And the winning entry is...

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How to enable iOS 5 panorama mode on your iPhone without Jailbreaking

Turns out there's a way to enable that as-yet [unsurfaced iOS 5 panorama mode in the Camera app without having to Jailbreak -- though you do have to be comfortable opening up iPhone backup files, editing plists, and restoring the modified backup. It's not difficult mind you, just a little be of time and effort.

If you're itching to get your tinker on, hit the link below for all the details.

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Secret panorama mode found in iPhone Camera App

iPhone hacker @conradev has found a way to enable the "secret" panorama mode within the iOS 5 camera app. At the moment, you can only enable it on a jailbroken iPhone by tweaking a plist file,, and setting 'EnableFirebreak' to YES, but an easy-to-use hack should appear on Cydia at some point tomorrow.

Don't worry, if you're not on #ATeamJailbreak -- hopefully Apple will officially enable Panorama Mode in an iOS 5.1 or iOS 5.2 update at some point in the not-so-distant future.

Source: Twitter

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TiPb's Top 5 iPhone Photo Apps

Today's TiPb Top 5 will be directed towards our iPhone and iPod Touch wielding readers who love photography. Just like our other TiPb's top 5 must-have posts, all of these applications are available in the App Store. For the full overview, follow us after the break!

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App Review: AutoStitch Panorama Maker for iPhone

AutoStitch Forum Review by msbaylor. For more Forum Reviews, see the TiPb iPhone App Store Forum Review Index!

AutoStitch is the only application in the App Store that gives the ability to stitch multiple rows of photos in any orientation in creating your panorama, meaning you don’t just get the normal one row, 360 degree view that Pano or the Panorama apps produce.

I was completely taking off guard when I found how utterly simple it was to use the application! Literally you “select & stitch” that all you do, no take one photo, stitch, take another photo, stitch, etc.

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