In my experience with others buying an iPhone, many people don't have a clue that models are refreshed every year - and don't care. They just know that Apple sells the iPhone and that they want one. Only geeks like us cringe at the...
Originally Posted by cameronj
Are you kidding? Do you not know anyone older than 40 with an iPhone? These people have NO CLUE how to use airplane mode, or even what it is. Almost to a man.
FYI personal computers were around...
Originally Posted by TenoBell
Flash is the worst source of light. Pictures come out better when it is properly exposed from ambient lighting.
When it is dark and you are dealing with the real world where things move, long...
Originally Posted by cvaldes1831
If the picture was taken on the Apple campus, it is unlikely it happened in the cafeteria.
After all, Apple is highly secretive. Unreleased products are not waltzed around the hallways....
Originally Posted by newvideo
As someone who lights stuff for a living, I'm a bit suspicious. In a "cafeteria" environment, I'd expect a down angle shot to reflect typical ceiling mounted "box shaped" lights....
All this talk of megapixels when a REAL FLASH is what the iPhone camera needs most. Whether 8 megapixels or 80 megapixels, photos will all look terrible at night (or in daylight contrast situations) with an LED "flash."