The environment may not be the best for vacations, but Antarctica is proved to be a iPhone’s picture-taking paradise.
When photographer John Bozinov first learned that he would be spending two months in Antarctica on the Antarctic Peninsula at the end of 2016, he knew it was an incredible opportunity to take some pictures.
The problem was that the big fancy camera he would normally shoot with probably wouldn’t fare all that well in the sub-freezing temperatures.
Now you’d think that without a DSLR camera, a nature photographer is SOL, right? You’ve probably heard the phrase, ”the best camera is the one you have with you”, and so Bozinov starting to shoot with his iPhone 7 Plus.
i’ve just landed in the world’s southermost city ushuaia, argentina, where i’m spending the next couple of days before making my way down to antarctica. as usual my internet will be intermittent at best for the next few months while i’m on expedition, so i won’t be posting here regularly again until th…read more
Apple’s record-breaking first-quarter results for 2017 are in. Here’s our transcript of the call.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri spoke with analysts during the company’s Q1 2017 earnings call. Here’s our ongoing live transcript of their remarks! If you want more info on Apple’s results, we recommend Six Color’s ace charts for the quarter.*
Cook’s opening remarks
Good afternoon, everyone, and thanks very much for joining us. I’m very happy to share with you the outstanding results of Apple’s December quarter.
We generated the highest quarterly revenue in Apple’s history, along with all-time unit and revenue records for iPhone and Apple Watch; all-time revenue records for services and Mac; and all-time revenue records for four out of our five geographic segments.
The strong performance of our business also produced all-time record earnings-per-share. Revenue in the quarter was 78.4 billion dollars, which was above the top of our guidance range. iPhone had a …read more
What went down during Apple’s Q1 2017 earnings call? We’ve got your highlights right here.
Apple held its quarterly earnings call today where Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri spoke with analysts about the first quarter of 2017. You can read our full transcript if you want to see everything they had to say, or check out our highlights below!
Apple sold 78.3 million iPhones, 13 million iPads (85 percent of the market share for tablets above $500) and 5.3 million Macintosh computers in the first quarter of 2017. The Company posted all-time record quarterly revenue of $78.4 billion.
Apple products were the most popular devices on Alibaba during Singles Day in China.
50 percent of sales in China during the first quarter of 2017 are attributed to switchers from another device maker and first time buyers.
Cook is hopeful for tax reform during Trump’s presidency that would let Apple move its more than $200 billion in cash back to the United States without repercussio…
Marknaden ser positivt på Apples starka kvartalsrapport.
Det har aldrig sålts så många Iphone som under fjärde kvartalet 2016.
Apple has announced their Q1 2017 earnings, and as you’d expect from a holiday quarter… they’re big!
The holiday quarter is historically Apple’s biggest and Q1 2017, which ends December 1, 2016, was no exception. Apple has reported 78.3M iPhones, 13.1M iPads, and 5.4M Macs sold, as well as ”all-time record quarterly revenue” of $78.4 billion.
I have not yet done the numbers but I think Apple had the best quarter in the history of humanity.— Horace Dediu (@asymco) January 31, 2017
Apple revenue guidance: $51.5B to $53.5B. Just a tad light but should be OK.— Neil Cybart (@neilcybart) January 31, 2017
Apple Reports Record First Quarter Results
CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Apple® today announced financial results for its fiscal 2017 first quarter ended December 31, 2016. The Company posted all-time record quarterly revenue of $78.4 billion and all-time record quarterly earnings per diluted share of $3.36. These results compare to revenue of $75.9 billion …read more
Have the best Groundhog Day ever with these great apps!
February 2nd is always the day we find out whether the cold days of winter are almost over, or if we should brace for a couple more blizzards. That’s right, the time-honored tradition of relying on a rodent for our weather information is fast-approaching and I’m encouraging you all to get into the silly spirit of Groundhog Day. How, you may ask? Well by using your iPhone!
Take a few mintues and be prepared to have the most enjoyable Groundhog Day this year courtesy of some (or all) of these great apps. Just don’t be shocked if you get stuck in a time loop!
Plenty of national and local news stations will carry coverage of Groundhog Day ceremonies around the country. For example, ABC news usually has live coverage of what the legendary groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has to say.
You’ll have to see what Network is carrying Groundhog Day coverage in your area to know what app to download; however, if you already have …read more
Chrome for iPhone and iPad joins the rest of its siblings as part of the open source Chromium project.
Google has announced that it has open-sourced the iOS version of its Chrome browser. This brings Chrome for iOS into the Chromium project, and allows developers to compile the code just as they would for Chromium for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android.
Some extra work had to go into the open source Chromium project for the iOS version of Chrome to be added. From Google:
Due to constraints of the iOS platform, all browsers must be built on top of the WebKit rendering engine. For Chromium, this means supporting both WebKit as well as Blink, Chrome’s rendering engine for other platforms. That created some extra complexities which we wanted to avoid placing in the Chromium code base.
The company hopes that development of Chrome for iOS will proceed at a more rapid pace with all of the tests for Chrome for iOS now available to the Chromium community at large. The Chromium project…read more
Don’t know the number? Sick of telemarketers? Block ‘em!
SPAAAAAAAM, WONDERFUL SPAAAAAAM! Kidding — it’s not wonderful. You’re just sitting down to catch up on Netflix and the phone rings and it’s Sarah from some wildlife organization, wanting to know if you’ll donate money to save the penguins. Are they endangered? No, but they’re very cold. Shut up, Sarah.
While iOS 10 doesn’t innately block spam, you can download some third-party apps that can totally help you out.
Note: These apps are only available for iOS 10 or later.
Third-party call blocking apps
Many third-party apps have been developed (thanks to iOS 10’s openness to developers) that can alert you of a possible spam call by checking an incoming number against the app’s database. You can install multiple spam blocking apps and have them work simultaneously, just in case there are any holes in any app’s spam library.
Truecaller is free, though it requires some information from you before you can use it…read more
Thanks to the Touch Bar, using editing tools in Preview is a snap, but don’t try to snap while using the touch bar. You need your fingers.
The Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro has made my life a lot easier. It provides direct access to some of the most important tools in a variety of apps. When using Preview to edit images or PDFs, you can use the most popular tools without having to open a menu. Here’s what the Touch Bar does with Preview on the MacBook Pro.
How to adjust an image or PDF with the Touch Bar in Preview
When you open an image or document in Preview, you will be presented with three or four editing tools. You can make adjustments to the direction of the document, use the crop selection tools, use Markup, or use the Highlighter tools (documents-only).
Tap Adjustments to flip horizontal or vertical (images only), rotate left, or rotate right. Then, under the secondary Touch Bar menu, tap one of the mentioned tools. When you tap one of the flip tools, the image will flip…read more