13” iPads Plus How To Backup Your Camera Roll The Right Way On Our Newest CultCast



Apple and a 12.9-inch iPad; the first iOS 7 game controller is long overdue; Retina iPad Minis are almost perfect; strategies to backup all those iPhone photos you take; and Adam Christianson from the Maccast podcast joins us on this time on The CultCast!

Have a few laughs and get caught up on each week’s best Apple stories. Stream or download new and past episodes of The CultCast now on your Mac or iDevice by subscribing on iTunes, or hit play below adventure begin.

  • Portgordon

    Is it correct what you were saying about photostream being of a lower quality than the original photo? I’ve been using phtostream as my primary download option – leaving iPhoto open on my iMac, the photos automatically upload to photostream from my iPhone and then automatically download on to my mac where they (again automaticaly) are organised into local events. Using this method, when I physically connect my iphone to iPhoto, it recognises that it already has the photos on my device and rather than import them, offers to delete them. If what you are saying is true then I will have been losing printable qualiy each and every time with no way of recovering it?

  • XChris1000

    @portgodon: you are OK:

    from http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4486

    On a Mac or PC, your photos are downloaded and stored in full resolution. On iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple TV, your Photo Stream photos are delivered in a device-optimized resolution that speeds downloads and saves storage space.