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Apple teaches us to personalize our “memories” in the photo app of iPhone 7

In 2016 with the actualization of the “Photos” app, iOS 10 launched a function called “Memories”, a space where photographs and videos of our favorite events get together with music, transitions or related content. The functioning of this feature is simple, you just need to enter the “Photo” app of the iPhone. We’re talking about […]

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ArtsCase Talk – Jay Maninang

Jay Maninang aka silenTOP is an artist from Philippines. This Architectural visualizer, graphic designer and licensed architect is descendant of the famous Philippine painter Fabián de la Rosa. Jay has worked in a variety of big projects focused on architecture,interior design, landscaping, illustration and graphic presentations. We had a short talk with him and this […]

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Apple tells you how to take better pictures with your iPhone 7

Apple team posted a series of instruction videos with advises to take better pictures with the iPhone7 camera. We all like to take pictures with our phone. If you have an iPhone 7, surely you will want to take advantage of its camera. This is why Apple team recently posted in its website a dozen […]

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5 cool phone cases to reflect your unique style

Surely more than once you’ve seen a lot of people with the traditional and boring black case for their smartphones. Maybe even you have used one of these thinking the world didn’t have anything better to offer. But this doesn’t have to be like that. There are now an infinity of cases available for your […]

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Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo’ Transform World Landmarks into Quirky Scenes

London-based paper artist and photographer Rich McCor (aka. paperboyo) has a way of seeing the world from a slightly different perspective. By adding a simple paper cutout to the foreground of famous buildings or other popular tourist attractions, he creates novel moments in time where an octopus squirms from inside the Colosseum or a WW2-era […]

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Apple posts new wallpapers made with iMac and iPad to celebrate the Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year officially begins on January 28 and it would be the year of the rooster. Giving its the imminent arrival, Apple has created a section in his web targeted to Asian countries. There, they have posted a series of exclusive wallpapers that follow the traditional style of Nianhua created by five young […]

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Visual tendencies that will set the trend in 2017 according to Getty Images

Since a few years, Getty Images has become an authentic oracle to consult for future visual tendencies. Technology and virtual reality; the emergence of a new strong and decided woman model; the absence of filters on images –closer to journalism–; a strong presence of color; the search for innocence; and the presence of global neighbors […]

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Student wins NatGeo photo contest with an iPhone 6s

An image that fascinated everybody in the international contest A graduate student from the Chinese University of Hong Kong received lots of compliments and a distinction from National Geographic for a picture she took with an iPhone 6s. Kira Waison Lee is currently specializing in Japanese studies, but when she’s not in class or studying, […]

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Apple replacing a small number of iPhone 6s batteries

Faulty iPhone 6s models manufactured between September and October 2015 are eligible for a free replacement. Apple has let a cat out of its bag, the cat in this case being that there’s a problem with some iPhone 6s models. According to the company, a fault with the battery is causing a “very small number” […]

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The new Messages App of iOS 10

Apple keep on bringing new stuff for its users. Now, with the new operating system comes several big changes on the Messages app. The new iOS 10 allows you to delete those standard Apple apps you don’t use while designing more features of artificial intelligence and offering a much more interactive Messages app. Now, you […]

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