Take Better Photos with your iPhone — The latest creation from CreativeTech is a little iBook that helps you take better photos, and it will set you back just 99¢. Based on a very popular lecture presented last year, Take Better Photos on iPhone and iPad is by Mark Webster and Paul Luker and represents the first of the New Zealand publishing company’s Quickguide series which will always feature short, clear, concise and handy guides about … anything we think will be handy in a clear, simple and concise format.
Check out this lovely little iBook now – click Get Sample for some free pages, or drop a mere 99¢ to own the entire thing, which you can install on iPhone, iPad or Mac to refer to any time (one purchase installs on all your Apple devices signed into the same Apple ID). Take Better Photos on iPhone and iPad is available in 51 countries for NZ99¢ (it’s also Australian and US 99¢).
Snapchat begins online sales of iPhone-connected Spectacles — Snap on Monday launched online sales of the Spectacles, its iPhone- and Android-connected smartglasses, finally expanding beyond its rare vending machines and a pop-up store located in New York City. A pair of Spectacles costs US$129.99, and comes bundled with a charging case and cable. Black, coral and teal colours are available, all of which are expected to ship in 2 to 4 weeks. Extra cases are US$49.99 each, while cables are US$9.99.
Apple may debut new iPads at March event — A rumour maintains Apple will host an event in March to introduce a new iPad Pro lineup, including 7.9-inch, 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch, and 12.9-inch models, as well as other product announcements, according to the Japanese website Mac Otakara.
Workflow 1.7 for iPhone quickly saves notes and images — The latest update to automation app Workflow 1.7 makes it simpler to get started and better to streamline multi-app user processes. AppleInsider walks you through setting up your first workflow, and tailoring it specifically to what you need.