The iPhone camera app Halide now lets you perform batch actions on photos. You'll also love a new grid view and other perks in Halide 2.7 for iPhone.
The new iPad Pro lineup is here. Both the 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro offer some noteworthy changes over the models they replace, with the larger of the two picking up the all-new mini-LED display.
However, it turns out that Apple did some tweaking of the front-facing camera system to make sure that it really stands out, especially with the ultra-wide and the company's new Center Stage feature. According to the folks over at Lux, who developed the mega-popular camera app Halide, Apple's new front-facing camera system in the new iPad Pro lineup is basically a superpower.
Halide has become one of the most popular camera alternatives on the iPhone, and now the app is finally available on the iPad.
The camera system in Apple's iPhone lineup is already impressive, but some photographers out there prefer a more in-depth app experience to get the shots they want. Halide, developed by Lux Optics, has been one of the go-to apps for years now, and now there's a whole new, improved option.
The powerful Halide Camera app for iPhone, as well as the long-exposure Spectre app from the same developers, have been refreshed on the App Store with some cool new features bringing depth-of-field photography support for pets and inanimate objects to the new iPhone SE.