Kensington’s StudioCaddy is a home for all your Apple devices


The Verge 06 July, 2021 - 07:00am 35 views

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The StudioCaddy is comprised of two halves that attach magnetically. The first half is a basic metal stand that you can slot a closed MacBook into, and there’s also a rubberized shelf out front designed to hold an iPad. The second half attaches onto the front and includes two Qi wireless chargers, one vertical for an iPhone and one horizontal with a recess that you can put an AirPods case into.

You could, of course, use the StudioCaddy with many combinations of Windows ultrabook, Android tablet and phone, and Qi-equipped wireless earbuds. Kensington is focusing on the Apple ecosystem, though — the product’s full name is actually “StudioCaddy with Qi Wireless Charging for Apple Devices.”

The StudioCaddy feels very well built, and each stand is sturdy enough not to get knocked around a desk. The wireless charging stand also has USB-C and USB-A ports for extra power, providing up to 20W over USB-C — enough to charge an iPad (but not a MacBook Pro) reasonably quickly, or even an Apple Watch if you want to complete the set. That’s useful, although the external AC adapter is a little bulkier than I’d prefer.

While I’ve found many vertical Qi chargers don’t work with my iPhone 12 Mini, Kensington has included a swappable part that lifts the phone to raise its wireless charging coils to the right level. It’s also recommended for use with smaller phones like the iPhone SE or the 11 Pro, though I found various larger Android devices would also charge just fine with it in place.

If your desk setup allows it, which mine does not, it could be neat to put the StudioCaddy next to your monitor with your phone facing you and your MacBook in clamshell mode. That’s quite a lot of horizontal space to give up, however. You could also just use the StudioCaddy’s two halves independently of one another, and then you’d be left with a good wireless charger and a good MacBook/iPad stand. But there are lots of other options out there for both of those use cases.

You know your own desk situation better than I do, and I can recommend the StudioCaddy if you think it’d be a decent fit. It’s a well-made, versatile product that does what it sets out to do, and most people with a lot of Apple devices could probably make good use out of it. It’s not cheap, though, so you’d have to be sure it was a better option for you than replicating all the functionality with separate products.

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Feast your eyes on Apple’s leaked iPhone 13 design in this video

Yahoo Entertainment 06 July, 2021 - 09:21am

Based on these rumors, the ConceptsiPhone YouTube channel posted an iPhone 13 Pro trailer that is certainly worth checking out.

Notably, the iPhone 13 design won’t be markedly different from the iPhone 12. In other words, the rectangular corners are thankfully here to stay. In fact, the only design changes on the iPhone 13 will be subtle. For one, the notch will be a bit smaller. And two, the camera module on the back will be slightly bulkier. Aside from that, the iPhone 13 will be a very familiar device.

Still, the iPhone 13 YouTube video below is well worth taking a look at.

The iPhone 13 notch will measure in at 26.8mm compared to 34.83mm on the current iPhone 12 lineup. The smaller size will definitely be noticeable. The notch, however, will be a bit taller at 5.35mm compared to 5.3mm on the iPhone 12.

An iPhone 13 mockup comparing the new notch size to the current notch size can be seen below:

The iPhone 13 Pro models will finally include a 120Hz ProMotion display. This feature will help improve scrolling and responsiveness.

Beyond that, there are rumors that the iPhone 13 will boast an Always-on display. The feature will be similar in functionality to the Apple Watch display.

“Always-On Display will have minimal customizability,” noted leaker Max Weinbach said back in February. “Current design basically looks like a toned-down lock screen. Clock and battery charge is always visible. Notifications seem to be displayed using a bar and icons. Upon receiving, the notification will pop up normally except that the screen will not entirely light up. Instead, it will display it just like you’re used to right now, except dimmed down and only temporarily.”

The iPhone 13 will reportedly include support for Portrait mode video recording. We can also expect to see improved camera performance across the board, including better low-light photo capture. Other features include a 1TB storage option on the Pro models along with new color options. To the latter point, some rumored color options include a darker Space Gray model along with a new orange-hued model.

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Which phone has the best night mode? Galaxy S21 Ultra vs. iPhone 12 Pro Max vs. Pixel 5

CNET 06 July, 2021 - 07:00am

To find out, I took all three on a jaunt around Edinburgh's delightful old Dean Village to see how each one handles the darkness best. All images were taken either in the standard camera view on the iPhone and Pixel, or using the "night mode" option on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. They're all shot in JPEG, and all were taken using default camera settings. 

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To my eye, this first test, taken in the heart of Dean Village, is a comfortable win for the Galaxy S21. Its shot isn't much brighter than the iPhone's, but the details are a lot clearer. It's particularly noticeable in the leaves of grass at the bottom right of the image, which are clearly visible on the Galaxy's shot, but look much more fuzzy and ill-defined on both the iPhone and Pixel's shots.

This time the iPhone's shot comes out on top. It's the colors that made the difference here; the Galaxy S21 Ultra's image looks cold and lifeless, with the usually vivid red door in the middle looking subdued and almost purple in tone. The iPhone's shot is every bit as bright -- and sharp -- but has maintained more accurate colors, which gives this scene a more appealing look. The Pixel's photo falls somewhere between the two in terms of its colors, but falls behind the pack with its less sharp details.

There's little to choose between all three phones in this test, with each one packing plenty of detail into their bright images. The iPhone's colors look more natural than the others, particularly the Pixel's which has rendered the yellow building more green-looking in places. It's for that reason (and maybe the smaller lens flare around the light) that I'd pick the iPhone as the winner here, but it's a close call. 

This view over Dean Village was a more demanding test as so much of the scene was in almost total darkness. The phones all had to work harder here, using longer exposure times to capture as much light as possible and I'm genuinely impressed by all three. I prefer the Pixel 5's blue sky, which contrasts nicely with the orange lights beneath, but the image itself lacks details compared to the other two. 

It's the Galaxy S21 that takes the win here. Not only does its shot have more fine details around the buildings, it's also captured more light in dark areas, particularly in the bottom right of the image where more trees are visible, but that are in almost complete blackness in the iPhone and Pixel's shots. 

The differences in this street scene are fairly subtle, but there are a few reasons why I prefer the iPhone's shot. Firstly, its white balance has produced a more true-to-life color tone than the cold and yellow-greeny look of the other two. Second, there is more detail in the iPhone's image, particularly noticeable on the front of the far building. Finally, the iPhone's shot has more controlled highlights on the central building, with the reflected white light looking overpowering on the Galaxy's shot in particular. 

iPhone 12 Pro Max, super-wide lens.

Switching to the super-wide lens and the Galaxy S21 Ultra takes a clear victory. It's shot is brighter than the iPhone's, particularly on the building on the right: It's in shadow on the iPhone's image but looks bright and detailed on the Galaxy's. The foreground foliage is also brighter on the Galaxy, and packs enough detail to almost be able to make out individual leaves. On the iPhone's the whole area is mushy and lacks fine detail of any kind. 

The iPhone's super-wide shot even falls behind the Pixel 5's, which has also been able to put out more brightness in the shadows, although it's not as sharp as the Galaxy's image. 

The results have flipped again on this indoor still life scene taken in almost total darkness. The iPhone 12 Pro Max's shot is brighter than the other's and has sharper details, particularly noticeable on the word "Travel" on the book and on the "X-T20" product name on the camera. 

But between the iPhone 12 Pro Max and Galaxy S21 Ultra, it's difficult to call. Both have taken the crown in different tests, with the iPhone generally offering more natural colors and the S21 Ultra leaning more into sharper details. The S21 Ultra did take a clear victory in the super-wide test though. 

In other words, there's no clear winner. Both phones can both take super night-time images, and both have proven themselves to be exceptionally capable as cameras in other tests. Low-light performance alone won't help you decide between them. The biggest differentiator is still the S21 Ultra's impressive zoom skills, which blow the iPhone clean out of the water.

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How to take amazing photos with your iPhone or Android phone: CNET's top tips

CNET 06 July, 2021 - 07:00am

If you're keen to learn more, bookmark this page, as we'll be updating it with new content as it gets published. So treat this article as your comprehensive guide to mastering cell phone photography.

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Tom’s Guide Awards 2021: Our favorite phones of the year

Tom's Guide 06 July, 2021 - 07:00am

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Certainly, the latest iPhone and Galaxy flagships continue to be standouts — just look at who’s taking home some of our top awards. But phones from the not-so-usual suspects made a mark, too, whether it was packing premium features into more reasonably priced handset or bringing 5G connectivity to more people.

The iPhone 12 series introduced 5G to Apple’s smartphone lineup. More than that, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is the best phone we’ve ever reviewed. It scored high marks with its 6.7-inch OLED display, versatile cameras and powerful performance. But the iPhone 12 Pro Max really stands out with its long battery life, as it lasted nearly 11 hours on our web surfing test. It’s the longest-lasting iPhone 12 model by far and our favorite phone from the last year.

Google’s affordable Pixel 4a is our pick for the best phone value. For just $349, the camera punches well above its weight thanks to Google’s computational photography prowess. The Pixel 4a is a compact handset with a nice display for the money and 128GB of storage. In practically every other way, Google’s baby Pixel is a fantastically well-rounded handset that everyone who is looking for a cheap phone should consider, with the best photography for the money.

The successor to the phone with the best battery life we’ve ever tested, the Moto G Power (2021) is still a long-lasting phone. Its 5,000 mAh battery lasted for over 14 hours in our web surfing battery life test, which means that it can easily go for two days of regular use before needing a charge. It’s also a very affordable phone, making it all the more appealing.

The king of the Galaxy S21 series, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is a big and beautiful phone. It sports the best-looking design that Samsung’s ever produced, straddling the line between the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series in terms of looks. The camera hump blends seamlessly into the frame, the display takes up almost the entire front of the phone, and the phone overall looks amazing.

Samsung’s top-tier foldable impressed with significant improvements over its predecessor. A stronger hinge and better glass improve the Fold 2’s durability. The phone also has a larger front display, improved multitasking features and great cameras. We can’t wait to see how Samsung evolves the foldable.

Apple’s top-tier iPhone wins the award for the fastest phone. The A14 Bionic processor wowed us with its synthetic and real-world benchmarks, and it's a powerhouse in daily tasks. Even the most intensive games don’t phase it. The iPhone 12 Pro Max commands top dollar, but it offers the best performance of any smartphone.

Apple wins again with the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which offers the best cameras on a smartphone. The triple lens setup covers most of the bases, including the 2.5x telephoto lens. The Night Mode is fantastic, and Live Photos can be truly useful for capturing key moments. 

OnePlus has built a reputation for providing the fastest charging speeds on a phone. With the OnePlus 9 Pro, the company packed in support for 65W wired and 50W wireless charging. The phone can fully recharge in just 30 minutes, making it easy to prolong the phone’s 4,500 mAh battery.

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iPhone 13 portrait mode video could be biggest camera upgrade yet

Tom's Guide 06 July, 2021 - 06:44am

New iPhone 13 could change the way we look at camera phones

According to Everything Apple Pro on YouTube, relaying rumored details from leaker Max Weinbach, the iPhone 13 will get a new video portrait mode. This would seemingly be based on the portrait mode that's already available for still photos on recent iPhones, within Apple's own camera app. 

While plenty of third-party iOS camera apps offer portrait video, they're nowhere near as widely used as the default app. Adding portrait-mode video to the Camera app in the next iPhone would be a big change for the average iPhone user, and would simplify things for power users already used to the effect.

Portrait mode video is already something used in professional sports broadcasts, such as the NFL, which makes close-ups on the players look that much more immersive. A soft-focus background really makes the subject pop, and we can see this feature going viral quickly. 

The introduction of portrait-mode video this year wouldn't be all that surprising. For starters, iOS 15 is introducing a portrait-mode style background blur option to FaceTime, similar to existing features in Google Meet and Zoom. Therefore, it stands to reason that Apple could transfer this software to its camera app with relatively little difficulty, compared to doing so from scratch.

We've heard previously that Apple is supposedly introducing a new ultrawide camera lens to the iPhone 13 Pro models, one that will also apparently introduce autofocus. Combined with the other big rumored change — larger sensors — the iPhone 13 should easily take the iPhone 12 Pro Max's spot as the best of the best camera phones available right now.

Although there seem to be a lot of similarities between the iPhone 12 and the upcoming iPhone, rumored new features such as this one point the way to how Apple could innovate even without making big changes to the iPhone's exterior features and hardware and help retain its position as one of the best phones.

It's not that long until we find out if the rumors are true. With iPhones normally unveiled in September, it's likely only three more months until the iPhone 13 (or iPhone 12s, as it may be named) appears.

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Case Allegedly Designed for Upcoming iPhone 13 Pro Shows Significantly Larger Camera Module

MacRumors 05 July, 2021 - 11:21pm

Schematics previously seen by MacRumors revealed that the upcoming iPhones will feature a thicker overall design and a larger camera bump on the ‌iPhone 13‌ Pro to more closely match its larger sibling. The larger camera modules are likely due to the rumored inclusion of sensor-shift stabilization for all models of the lineup and improved Ultra Wide capabilities on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

While the information we know so far indicates a larger camera module, it's important to take the image shared on Weibo with a grain of salt. Case makers often base their initial case designs for upcoming iPhones purely based off of leaks and rumors, meaning the image may not be a true representation of the camera module's size increase.

Update: DuanRui has followed up with additional images and clarifications on the case image initial shared by the Weibo account "UnclePanPan." The image initially shared was a case designed for the iPhone 13 Pro, not the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Another set of images shared by another Weibo account allegedly shows a case designed for the iPhone 13 Pro Max, with a smaller camera module size increase compared to the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

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