Future IPhone Will Support China Mobile's 4G Network ~ Mobile News. Future versions of Apple's iPhone will support China Mobile's fourth generation (4G) network, China's largest mobile carrier said, a sign that it will eventually offer the iconic device to its 600 million customers.
China Mobile's chairman Wang Jianzhou reported the development on Thursday, according to a company spokeswoman. Both Apple and the carrier have reached a consensus on the development of Long-Term Evolution (LTE), a 4G technology that can allow mobile phones to exchange data at much faster rates. When Apple releases iPhones built for 4G networks, the devices will also support China Mobile's version of this technology known as LTE TDD (Time-Division Duplex), Wang said.
China Mobile has been in discussions with Apple since 2007 about selling its iPhone product, but the companies have yet to reach agreement. How To Get The Most Out Of Your iPhone As A Reporting Tool. Increasingly, iPhones are becoming a credible, convenient and reliable tool for journalists –both amateur and professional– to use in the field.
Mobile reporting was even the topic of a UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism course taught by Jeremy Rue to help journalists learn how to get the most out of reporting from a mobile device. Will Sullivan at the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri also put together an incredible guide which outlines the various hardware and applications every journalist should have — definitely a recommended read. (Update 4/16: this post originally stated, incorrectly, that Will Sullivan’s guide was a project out of UC Berkeley. In fact, the funding, support and resources for his mobile tools guide came from RJI where he is a 2010-2011 fellow studying mobile and tablet development). But that’s not what I’m writing about here. Look like a legit journalist If you’re going to use your mobile phone, present yourself credibly. iPhone 4 tops Flickr camera stats: A closer look. One of the stars of last week's Apple event wasn't a well-known name or even a regular on stage for product demonstrations.
Instead, it was a person who once cheered as a steamroller (and blender and dynamite) demolished an iPhone. That man was Kevin Lynch. It was up to Lynch to demonstrate -- for the first time in public on Sept. 9 -- the features of Apple's newest gadget, the Apple Watch. At the Cupertino, Calif., venue, Lynch showed off the ability to send a heartbeat to a friend through haptics -- touch-feedback technology -- and communicate through a high-tech version of Morse code. Lynch also demonstrated the integration of Apple's Siri digital voice assistant in the watch and talked up partnerships with companies such as American Airlines, Starwood Hotels and Nike. Overall, it was the Apple Watch, and not the company's new, bigger-screen iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices, that captured the audience's attention.
Megapixels comparison and maximum print size charts. [46 Comments] Michael 05 Jul 2006 10:15pm "Nice guide, I got a 7 Megapixel Camera and it makes beautiful 8x10s.
Even though 7 is not on the chart it is not difficult to see where it would fit. I haven't tried anything larger than a 8x10. Daniela 17 Jul 2006 11:44am "Thanks for bringing some light into the megapixel mistery! " mike berry 07 Oct 2006 8:43pm "When you go from 8x10 to 16x20 aren't you quadrupling the area? [Reply from Robert Giordano]Strictly speaking in terms of pixels per inch, with no post editing, an 8x10 @ 300ppi is (8x300) x (10x300), or 7,200,000 pixels (7MP). Randy 07 Oct 2006 11:47pm. Photography Laws in Canada - The Photo Forum - Photography Discussion Forum. The Rise of iPhoneography. Most of us now have a mobile phone with a decent camera.
A growing number of photographers use them for creating more than mere reminders of a boozy night in Shoreditch. Lindy van den Boomen goes searching for creative advice in the world of mobile photography... Mobile phone photography is experiencing something of a revolution. Over 3,000 photography apps can be downloaded online and it’s also possible for the keen mobile photographer – or ‘iPhoneographer’ - to pimp up their phone with external lenses and mini tripods. What’s more, mobile photographers are gaining serious recognition for their work. Daniel Cutmore is festival manager at the Look 11 International Photography Festival in Liverpool. “Our festival is a very democratic festival,” Daniel explains. Professional photographers Rachel and Phil Hibberd have offered a selection of courses throughout the country with their company Photography Made Simple, including the first mobile photography course in the UK.