Apple WWDC 2015 OS X and iOS Announcements Worth Waiting For

 

 OS X

  1. OS X 10.11 El Capitan replacing OS X Yosemite.
  2. Cursor enlarges when shaken to make it easy to find.
  3. Easy split screen view for two different apps.
  4. 8x performance increase in Adobe CC apps.
  5. Available as free upgrade this Fall (September 2015).

iOS

  1. iOS 9 replacing iOS 8.
  2. Enhanced Intelligence in SIRI with Proactive Assistant.
  3. Guesses unidentified caller by searching your emails on iPhone.
  4. Enhanced Notes with text formatting, checklists, images and drawing.
  5. Maps shows public transits and walking directions.
  6. iPad keyboard doubles as a trackpad.
  7. Multi-task with split screen view on the iPad.
  8. Watch a video picture-in-picture while working on other apps on the iPad.
  9. Swift will be open source.
  10. Available as free upgrade this Fall (September 2015).

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What is HDR on iPhone Camera – 3 Shots Compared

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2h79pydPi8

What is HDR on iPhone Camera?

HDR is also known as HDRI – High Dynamic Range Imaging.

HDR is the ability to take a series of different exposures of the same scene and combining them
so all the image is properly exposed.

In this video, I compare 3 different scenes I have shot on the iPhone 4 with and without HDR on.

1. An outdoor scene with direct sun at the back of the silhouetted subject. HDR saved the picture.

2. An indoor scene under regular flourescent lamp. HDR made the subject look brighter.

3. A scene with a bright over exposed signboard. HDR evens out the whole image.

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Enjoy.

Adrian Lee
http://AdrianVideoImage.com

Butterfly Video Clip – Feeding on Flower Nectar

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9iWUtU7g7o

This is one of the most amazing video I have ever shot with my iPhone 4.

An adult butterfly sipping nectar from a flower with its tongue, like a straw.

Watch how the tongue dips into the flower while it holds on to the petal.

AdrianLee
http://AdrianVideoImage.com
Recorded, Edited and Uploaded with iPhone4

PS:
The video is a close-up without tripod and extra lens, just the iPhone in High Definition.