If like me you have an iPhone and Windows PCs then you may have noticed that sometimes the two don’t talk to each other. I use my iPhone as my ‘go to’ camera when out and about and then I copy my images onto my desktop PC using File Explorer. Or, at least that is […]
The panels of street art alongside Wellington Road in Wokingham in February 2017.
The coastal path outside of Yarmouth on an August evening.
This useful gadget from Amazon allows me to play my iPhone music through the car’s radio (and it works !)
This Kickstarter project, Pocket Tripod, is a smartphone tripod that is small enough to carry in your wallet and hopefully will help to improve my iPhoneography by allowing longer exposure time.
This gadget allows me to charge my iPhone or iPad using whichever wall socket is available as it has exchangeable plugs
I backed this Kickstarter project late via Indiegogo – Pictar is an iPhone camera grip that adds the traditional controls that we all associate with a conventional camera.
This Kickstarter project, Rocketbook, should allow you to take notes or draw in the notebook and then use your smartphone to transfer the page image to Cloud applications of your choice.
In order to keep my iPhone and iPad topped up when I am out and about I now use a Poweradd Pilot C Mini . . .
After our Hurtigruten Coastal Voyage in April 2015 we flew back from Bergen via Copenhagen and were lucky enough catch this glimpse of the Oresund Bridge
My Belaycord finally arrived at the end of March, it didn’t have the promised magnetic keeper but it does have a reversible USB plug and works perfectly with my iPhone.
This Kickstarter project interested me as I wanted to have a more robust cable to link my iPhone to either my PC or the charger.