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The Glif may be one of the coolest contraptions designed for the iPhone 4 to date, and you can be a part of its production.
Recent successful funding efforts from many independent designers, including Dan Provost and Tom Gerhardt's iPhone 4 accessory The Glif, have inspired many new projects seeking to cash in on Apple's vastly popular accessory market via crowd-source funding Web site Kickstarter.
iPhone owners should have these tools in their photography bags.
Photojojo explains the ins and outs of shooting a panoramic time-lapse video on your phone.
And it's only $20, making it one of the most affordable solutions around for iPhone-wielding shutterbugs.
New Web site BiteMyApple.co catalogs some of the best Kickstarter-spawned gear.
The XShot iPhone 4 Case features a removable tripod mount for shooting and viewing photos and videos in landscape or portrait.
The Gorillamobile for iPhone 4 combines a bumper case and the company's ball-and-socket tripod.
Want to maximize your iPhone 4's photo and video potential? Put it on a tripod. This case makes it possible, while adding dedicated exposure and shutter buttons.
One of the major improvements for both iOS 5 and the iPhone 4S was made in the area of photography. Upgraded camera specs on the new iPhone 4S and improved software in iOS 5 make taking pictures much more appealing from your phone. These tips can help even further, giving users greater options when producing photos.