The original iPhone camera was nothing to write home about. Even at the time of its release, photo quality on the original iPhone lagged behind a number of competing smartphones. Today, the story is much different. Today, photo quality on the iPhone...
“The only people who don’t love apps are pundits who don’t understand that apps aren’t really in opposition to the open Internet. They’re just superior clients to open Internet services.” - John Gruber, Native Apps Are Part of the W...
John Gruber's name has been mentioned 779 times on Fox News in the last week.
According to Daring Fireball‘s John Gruber (via The Tech Block), Apple Inc. could introduce its “biggest camera jump ever” in the next-generation iPhone. In a recent episode of his podcast The Talk Show, Gruber said, “The specific thing I heard is that … Continue reading ?
Apple may introduce its "biggest camera jump ever" in the next-generation iPhone, according to Daring Fireball's John Gruber (via The Tech Block). In a recent episode of his podcast The Talk Show, Gruber said that he heard "from a birdie...Show More Summary
Apple could make some noticeable and significant changes to the next iPhone's camera system, according to Daring Fireball's John Gruber. Gruber, who has an excellent track record when it comes to Apple product news, said in a recentShow More Summary
Apple may greatly increase the quality of the cameras in the next generation of iPhones, according to a report today. Daring Fireball‘s John Gruber said on his podcast that the phone’s two camera lenses would work together to create much higher-quality photos and video. On the podcast Gruber said he heard the information from “a birdie of a […]
Hi, I’m John Saddington, an indie developer and blogger! And, I’d love to share with you a few “facts”… Fact: I’ve been blogging longer than John Gruber (since 2001). Fact: I’ve tried every desktop blogging app out there and none have...Show More Summary
I had the enormous pleasure of joining John Gruber for this week's episode of The Talk Show. We discussed the Apple Event, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and iOS 8. You can stream it via the dingus above, and subscribe to it via Daring Fireball.
Among the thousands of bloggers around the world covering the Apple beat, John Gruber is likely the most beloved and respected by Apple fans. His analyses are often sharp and insightful, and we always enjoy his frank style — even when he’s launching attacks aimed at us. Show More Summary
The reviews of the iPhone 6 are almost universally positive. Critics like the the new design, the bigger screen, and most importantly, the software that powers the iPhone, iOS 8. There is, however, one complaint from John Gruber of Daring Fireball. Show More Summary
The Apple Watch Sport may start at a mere $349, but its price point could well soar from there! According to Daring Fireball‘s John Gruber, Apple’s 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition could sell for as much as $4,999. “Most people … Read more ›
Apple didn't just assume that 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches would be the perfect screen sizes for its new pair of iPhones. According to Daring Fireball's John Gruber, Apple made a bunch of prototypes in different sizes before deciding how large the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus should be. Show More Summary
We're about an hour away from learning about Apple's upcoming iPhone(s) and its first wearable device, which many are calling the iWatch. Daring Fireball's John Gruber, who is known for his expert commentary and accurate predictionsShow More Summary
Recently, a number of recent reports and rumors have suggested a variety of different resolutions for Apple's larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6. Prominent Apple blogger John Gruber speculated that the company will ship a 2208 x 1242 display at...Show More Summary
Let me open with an apology to John Gruber for my previous blog post. We've been working on the Standard Markdown project for about two years now. As we got closer to being ready for public feedback, we emailed John Gruber, the original...Show More Summary
Apple will reportedly get into the mobile payments space with the forthcoming iPhone 6, and the iWatch. John Gruber, who writes about Apple, says he's hearing about a "a new secure enclave where you can store your credit cards, so you...Show More Summary
Apple is finally going to get into mobile payments with the iPhone 6, according to Apple blogger John Gruber. In a very short post, Gruber writes Apple is developing " a new secure enclave where you can store your credit cards, so you...Show More Summary
Building on rumors that Apple will release an iOS-based mobile payments solution with its next-generation "iPhone 6," the well-connected John Gruber claims the new handset will feature NFC hardware and a new secure enclave to store credit card information.