Camera wars: iPhone 7 vs $6300 Leica Q – which is best?

Is the traditional camera dead? Smartphones would certainly have you believe the coup de grace is imminent. Whether you're holstering an iPhone 7 Plus with Portrait mode or the latest Samsung or Pixel phone, taking pictures - and beautiful pictures at that ... ( read original story ...)

Camera wars: iPhone 7 vs $4,250 Leica Q

Jefferson Graham offers travel photography tips to make your road photos come alive. SAN FRANCISCO — Is the traditional camera dead? Smartphones would certainly have you believe the coup de grace is imminent. Whether you’re holstering an iPhone 7 Plus ... ( read original story ...)

What Apple’s earnings tell us about the iPhone 8

It's up 5.7 percent to $158.57 in pre-market trading on Wednesday morning. CEO Tim Cook teased only an "exciting fall" during a conference call on Tuesday, but clammed up when an analyst asked directly about his thoughts on a new iPhone. "No comment on ... ( read original story ...)

The 50+ best features in iOS 11

Apple’s upcoming iOS 11, already in public beta and due out this fall in its final form, delivers numerous improvements and changes for iPad and iPhone users. These include a host of new enterprise-useful features — especially for the iPad — as well ... ( read original story ...)

Apple reports solid quarter; consumers eye new iPhone

LOS ANGELES — Consumers aren't apparently waiting until the fall to buy shiny, new iPhones. Apple had a good fiscal third-quarter on Tuesday with sales and earnings that exceeded Wall Street's expectations. Apple announced revenue of $45.4 billion and ... ( read original story ...)

iPhone 8 face unlock won’t work with Apple Pay

The HomePod firmware, which Apple itself “accidentally” leaked, has been a treasure trove of clues ironically for the iPhone 8 rather than the speaker. Because of that, we’ve gotten whiff of what is internally called Pearl ID, which still has to have ... ( read original story ...)

Tech Matters: What’s up with WhatsApp?

You’ll instantly see your account on the screen, but you will have to download the computer app for either Mac or Windows. (You must be running Windows 8 or later.) Double-click the WhatsApp.dmg and install it. Now your devices are connected and you use ... ( read original story ...)