Daily Archives: January 14, 2011


Apple Bringing Photo Booth to iOS Devices? – TechnoBuffalo

A report from 9To5Mac released on Friday shows that Apple has potential plans of extending its Photo Booth application (you know, the one everyone goes to the Apple Store for) to its iOS devices including iPhone and iPad devices.  Solid proof was reportedly found in the iOS 4.3 beta 1 files for developers to support these rumors.

As shown in the iOS 4.3 frameworks, “PhotoBooth” and “PhotoBoothEffects”, shows intentions to release an application of this sort on the iPhone, iPod touch and possibly the iPad.  As iPhoneinCanada indicated, “There are no images of the app in action, but these files are promising.”

Like on the Mac OS, the application will most likely give users the option to choose from a plethora of photo effects that will utilize both front and back facing cameras on the iPhone 4 and iPod touch fourth-generation.

[via 9To5Mac]

Repost from TechnoBuffalo.com


Personal Hotspot Working on Canadian GSM iPhone 4 – TechnoBuffalo

Apple’s iOS 4.3 beta 1 was recently released to developers with new functionality being discovered by the feature-hungry crowd.

Ever since the announcement of the iPhone 4 on Verizon Wireless, many questions have surfaced regarding the Personal Hotspot and whether that feature will make its way to AT&T and other GSM iPhone providers around the world.

A new screenshot was recently discovered by aMacRumors Forumsmember confirming that Personal Hotspot functionality is enabled in Canada and is working on Rogers Wireless.

Later on (courtesy of iPhoneinCanada.ca), Twitter user “@iRuni_” discovered that it worked on Rogers’ subsidiary, Fido as well.

This just adds confirmation to the speculation that other cell carriers will be possibly rolling out support for Personal Hotspot in iOS 4.3 and that not only Verizon users can have access to that feature.

Whether it will boil down to extra costs for the end user on their high-enough cell phone bills, for that, we’ll have to wait and see.

[MacRumors via iPhoneinCanada.ca]

Repost from TechnoBuffalo.com