iPhone photos, iOS up, more lenses, Apple TV single sign-on


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iPhones account for 8 of top 10 cameras in 2016 Flickr report, Apple celebrates by offering Portrait mode tips — Photo sharing site Flickr noted that Apple remains the leading camera brand among its users, filling eight slots of its top ten most popular cameras. iPhones now account for 47% of its photographers, compared to 24% using Canon cameras and 18 percent using Nikons. [Ouch for Canon and Nikon! Maybe you should just be selling your lenses and sensors to Apple?]

New research data shows iPhone at top of sales charts by vendor across most of the world — New research data shows that Apple’s iOS saw a significant sales percentage boost with the release of the iPhone 7 family, with year-over-year sales growth in a three-month measurement period ending in October.

olloclip kicks iPhoneography up a notch with Connect interchangeable lenses — olloclip’s new Core lens set features new optics and a new design that allows it to work over screen protectors and allows you to change out the lenses. This kicks the company’s already impressive line-up of photography accessories for the Apple smartphone to a new level.

Apple’s single sign-on for Apple TV and iOS is live — A limited number of cable subscribers across the US can now forget about signing in to endless apps with their cable provider credentials. When Apple rolled out tvOS 10 in September we couldn’t help but notice that single sign-on—a feature that lets you enter your cable provider details once and then use them across multiple apps—didn’t make the cut. Apple promised that the new feature would land on Apple TV in December, and recently the company made good on its word.

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