At last, the much anticipated iPhone 5 was finally announced on Wednesday.
After the disappointment of the iPhone 4S, which was really just the iPhone 4 with a slightly better camera, Apple have a lot riding on the successful reception of their flagship product.
The Android platform now represents 68% of the smartphone market while iOS has fallen to just 17%. In addition, sales of the Samsung Galaxy S3 alone were higher than those of the iPhone in August. Although as most commentators will point out, the likelihood is that consumers have simply postponed purchasing an iPhone in anticipation of the new model.
However in recent months niche providers across the USA have started offering the iPhone as a ‘prestige’ option.
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If there’s one device that has changed our technology, that would be the almighty iPhone. Yesterday, Apple unveiled their much anticipated iPhone 5 and today, you have the chance to win one!
As you may know, the new iPhone now sports a much larger and stunning 4-inch display. It’s also thinner,...
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How often do designers, especially new ones, have issues figuring out how much to charge for their services?
Charge too much, and you end up with no clients.
Charge too little, and you may end up with either too many clients who are only interested in cheap work, or clients who doubt your ability because you’ve underpriced.
We are at a time where it kind of feels like there’s a new update in technology every week. It might remind you of that Best Buy commercial where the customers purchase something brand new one week, and the next week the newer version is released is and is all the rave.
Technology and innovations are just on a very speedy, upward track. There always seems to be a new trend or that new thing that people want to be a part.
For example, we can talk about televisions and their add-ones. One moment we all want the flat screen TV’s, but now we are...
Friday freebies are back with The SC iPhone UI Kit, a simple and slick Retina ready user interface for iPhone design.
The kit includes slick headers, search bars, menu bars, buttons, list items and lots more.
It as designed by Kristof Orts who loves the web and specializes in creating beautiful websites and great mobile experiences. You can follow him on Twitter or check his Dribbble account.
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You never know when you’re going to get a client with a super tight deadline. You never know when you’ll be struck with a great idea, either. You can’t avoid it, so you need to try to stay as prepared as possible.
As iPhones and Android phones sweep the cell phone market, most designers have one or the other (except for me, I’m still with Blackberry). The greatest thing about these phones is the ability to access extremely powerful applications now available in the palm of your hand.
There are a flood of average apps out there that are helpful to designers and videographers, but the truth is they often just throw preset filters on top of your pictures and videos.
Sometimes those are cool, but some of us really need...
With the arrival of the iPhone in 2007, iPhoneography, a new art form for photography was born.
Developers have been working fast and furiously to keep up with the frenzy of interest with apps that are moving photography to a new level.
In this post we’ll take a look at a number of apps available for iPhones (and iPads) that compliment the native iPhone camera and in many cases, replace it entirely.
The apps listed here enhance the experiences for both amateur and professional photographers,...
The iPhone is arguably the most revolutionary product Apple has released in its existence.
With nearly 50 million iPhones sold to date, there are hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of iPhone cases that have been created.
In this article, we have compiled some of the most creative ones, but also a few of the wackiest and most unusal iPhone cases that we have ever...
iPhone development can be intimidating, especially to someone who’s unfamiliar with Macs, or the way iPhone apps work.
But with currently more than 100,000 apps officially available from the App Store, it’s kind of hard for a developer to ignore the potential market the iPhone provides.
And there are apps for virtually anything you could think of, from games to productivity apps to horoscopes to news and more.
Below are 70 tools,...
Today we’re pleased to announce the official launch of the mobile version of Webdesigner Depot.
Thanks to the awesome team and service of Mobify, we were able to easily deploy a mobile version for WDD, which loads extremely quickly and makes it easy to browse our content when you’re on the go on your mobile phone.
Why did we create a mobile version? Mobile access is growing 30% every year. While WDD was optimized to load quickly on your desktop, the same format is not best suited to a mobile device. A more streamlined version was needed, and that’s...
The iPhone is a fantastic phenomenon. It’s a communications device, a multimedia platform and much more all rolled into one single tool. Everyone wants in on this device.
The Apple store has just passed the one billionth application download (I alone account for 3% of that…) and there is a wide array of applications from the amazingly useful to the bizarrely redundant.
With millions of iPhones out there, it makes sense to have your content, or application available on that platform, but how do you go about doing this? Where do you go to get started? And what are the steps you need to take to...