PanoPerfect moves to the iPad and adds web galleries

Since our first look at PanoPerfect for the iPhone, it has become more widely accepted as a great way to share only panoramic photographs. I am a big fan of the ability to take panoramic photos with my iPhone and it only makes sense that HalfPeeled provides a great new way to view and share them. As featured in the App Store's "New and Noteworthy" section, PanoPerfect lands for the iPad and boasts a new web browsing feature...

Flashorama lets you use the iPhone’s LED flash during panorama mode

Flashorama is a new jailbreak tweak that allows you to enable the iPhone's LED flash when using panorama mode. Normally, when switching over to panorama mode, the LED flash is completely unavailable for use. This tweak "fixes" that issue.

Although in most cases you'll likely be shooting panorama pictures in well lit public areas, it's nice to have the option to enable the flash if necessary. Take a look inside for a few more details...

LG teaches Apple how panorama should be done!

So LG is advertising the expanded panoramic and camera capabilities of its Optimus G Pro smartphone. At first blush, the commercial looks like a blatant ripoff of Apple's iPhone 5 ad titled "Cheese", down to the kids on the white background and the elongated "Cheeeeese".

On closer inspection, it has a nice twist to it, watch what happens after mark 0:30. Their VR Panorama obviously out-innovates Apple in how amazingly it stitches the photos together to produce a nearly 360-degree image. Apple better come up with some expanded panorama features in iOS 7...

How to change the direction of Panorama mode

One of the headlining new additions in iOS 6 (headlining, as in featured in its own TV ad) is the Panorama camera mode. Once activated, the feature allows you to easily take extra-wide panoramic photos.

By default, Panorama mode has you pan your iPhone from left to right as it captures the image. But did you know there's an easy way to change it so you can pan from right to left?

iOS 6 Panorama mode hands on

The iOS 6 GM dropped a little while ago, and with it comes the new Panorama camera mode touted during the iPhone 5 media event earlier today.

We were able to take Panorama mode for a spin on our iPhone 4S, and this is what we found.

New iPod touch to feature 1136×640 display and new A5 chip

Apple is widely expected to unveil new iPods alongside its new smartphone tomorrow. But while we think we know almost everything about the new iPhone, the new iPods remain a bit of a mystery.

Until today, that is. According to some new information, the new line of iPod touches are likely going to feature a 4-inch display with a resolution of 1136 x 640, and a more powerful A5 processor...

Use your iPhone to pull a 360 on Mars

Last November, NASA launched a car-sized vehicle into space called the Curiosity rover. Earlier this month, that vehicle landed in the Gale Crater on Mars. And if that's not enough to blow your mind, check this out.

The Curiosity rover has been sending detailed pictures of the red planet back to NASA throughout its travels. And you can actually view these photos in an interactive 360-degree panoramic image on your iOS device...

Kogeto Dot Panoramic Video Accessory for the iPhone Takes Your Action Shots To the Next Level

It started as a Kickstarter project and it received enough interest and funding to turn into a reality. The Kogeto Dot is a nifty little peripheral for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S that allows you to shoot 360 degree panoramic video.

It's the perfect accessory for recording sporting activities and pretty much anything that involves action. Take a gander at our hands-on video review of the Kogeto Dot...

How to Enable iOS 5’s Hidden Panorama Feature Without Jailbreaking

Yesterday, a hidden feature was revealed in iOS 5. It turns out that the panorama camera mode that Apple was rumored to be working on is actually baked into iOS. Shortly after the feature was exposed, jailbreakers were able to download a tweak to enable it.

But what if you're not jailbroken? With no iPhone 4S jailbreak available, and no word on an iOS 5 untether, not everyone's iPhone is hacked at the moment. Luckily, the folks over at FSM just posted a method to enable the Panorama feature — no jailbreak required...

Firebreak: An Easier Way to Enable Panorama Camera Mode in iOS 5

Not five minutes after we posted the plist hack method for enabling panorama mode in iOS 5, the promised jailbreak tweak that does the same thing hit Cydia.

The tweak is titled 'Firebreak' in reference to the plist value, and it's much simpler to use than editing a plist value via iFile.

If you want to use iOS 5's hidden panoramic camera, then this is the definitive way to enable it...

How to Enable Panorama Mode in iOS 5 [Video]

We've created an easy-to-follow video tutorial that shows you how to add the hidden panorama mode to iOS 5's Camera app.

You will need a jailbroken iOS 5 device in order to do it, and you will also need iFile if you want to follow this specific tutorial.

If you meet those prerequisites, step inside to see how to enable panorama mode on iOS 5...