TWiP 482: iPhone 7 Arrives
It’s a holiday month of sorts in the tech industry, this is the month when Apple releases their newest flagship product, the iPhone. The emphasis in this release was on the iPhone 7’s camera capabilities and Apple has put their substantial weight behind upping the ante when it comes to mobile photography.
Also, Google has added new features to its already popular Google Photos app for iOS. In some ways, “fixing” one of iPhone cameras features “Live Photos”.
And lastly, we have a thought-provoking discussion about censorship and social responsibility as it applies to Facebook. Can we really consider the social network “just” a social network anymore?
Links Mentioned in This Episode
- Apple announces the iPhone 7
- Google Photos for iOS now lets you stabilize Live Photos
- Mark Zuckerberg accused of abusing power after deleting historical ‘napalm girl’ photo
- Facebook responds to criticism and backs down from ‘napalm girl’ censorship and reinstates photo
- Shiv’s Workshops: Yellowstone & the Grand Tetons, Namibia & Botswana, Tanzania (Mention code TWiP100 to get $100 off these tours)
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