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So you know you want an iPhone—but which one? Our iPhone buying guide has all the answers.
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UptiiQ simplifies publishing video to social media accounts by uploading files one time, then encoding and optimizing content prior to posting it directly to Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
We compare four camera apps for their manual controls, RAW export, and iPhone 7 Plus support.
Ten years of iPhone. Ten years of iPhone reviews.
Yes, they'll both keep your iPhone dry, but only one does it well.
Pixomatic 3 delivers desktop-quality image masking and editing tools to smartphones and tablets for a nearly unlimited number of creative possibilities, including a Hair tool that makes background selection a breeze.
Protect your pretty new phone—but keep the color.
Fuel! automates the process of finding the nearest gas station using Apple Maps or Google Maps without ever having to touch your iOS device.
A nice combination of lenses in an utterly compact space outperform expectations at this price.
While not perfect, Hitcase balances cost and quality in its wide-angle and macro lenses.
The price tag might deter some, but the lens quality is worth it for those who want the best iPhone system.
A $20 lens falls below a level of quality needed even for snapshots.
This iPhone lens system has snap, but lacks crackle or pop.
Previously, a Plus-sized iPhone meant a bigger screen and that was about it. With the iPhone 7 Plus, the dual-lens camera is a major selling point.