Belkin’s Auto-Tracking Stand Pro enables automatic, silent, motorized, seamless camerawork using iPhone’s built in camera, while Apple DockKit’s automated subject tracking technology follows subjects on camera as they move around their space with 360-degrees of pan and 90-degrees of tilt.
After numerous leaks, the 6.1″ Apple iPhone 15 and 6.7″ iPhone 15 Plus have officially been unveiled. Available in stores on September 22, both of these handsets not only feature a new USB‑C connector, but also Apple’s own A16 Bionic chip, which powers the Dynamic Island, computational photography capabilities, and more.
There’s an app for just about everything, including one for chatting with historical figures from the Bible. Called ‘Text with Jesus’ by Catloaf Software LLC, this strange AI-powered app is available on both the iPhone and iPad, but you’ll need to shell out for in-app purchases to gain access to more figures like Adam and Eve.
Limited to 3-units worldwide, Caviar’s latest creation is an iPhone 14 Pro with a built-in 40mm Rolex Cosmograph Daytona watch, complete with real yellow gold, 8 diamonds, a perpetual mechanism, mechanical chronograph, automatic winding, and a winding crown. The dashboard dials on the instrument panel are cast in 18K gold and then painted with jewelry enamel.
Photo credit: Michal Dufka
Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro was announced last week, but some have been wondering when we’ll see a folding version of their flagship smartphone. Industrial designer Michal Dufka couldn’t wait any longer, and this folding iPhone 14 Pro concept is what he came up with, complete with a rear OLED display right next to the triple camera module.