Apple has produced yet another stunning app. This time it’s for your fruit. They call it autumn and claim that it can make even a simple apple look as good as this.
Surely ‘A is for ‘orses?
Don’t get lemon wiv me, son:)
That apple does looks really edible!!
It certainly does and that’s going to be its fate:)
Finally some REAL apps! 🙂
Strawberries and apple, in the same week? This is some kind of odd growing season you’re having over there…
What’s strange is that they are both French produce.
Beautiful apples. Is this some kind o riddle? Because I googled this “app” and couldn’t find it… 😉
OOOK!!! I just got it!!! Please ignore my previous comment… I’m such a fool!!!
There should be one, shouldn’t there:)
I take it you’ve not heard of the iFruit App?
Another beautiful photo, Roger. I’d rather the subject be strawberries but I can’t stop the inevitable. ((sigh))
I have to get the all purpose iFruit App. It’ll come in so useful. Thanks for the tip John:)
They really are, and they’ll be even lovelier in the tarte fine pommes that I’m going to make.
Apples are starting our way, too, but I doubt they will be as gorgeous as these, Roger.
They surprised me, I’ve got to say:)
Many thanks, Tandy:)
Hi Roger, would you please tell me the name of the App you are talking about? Can’t find it. Thx.
I was being ironic. Liz, the app is called aptitude:)
I’m not ready for apples yet! I’m still reveling in peaches.
I know what you mean. We’re up to our ears in fruit. I just photograph what’s looking good today:)
this is a terrible tease (as are many of your lovely posts) for apples are my addiction (hmmm…both edible and gadget ;)) beautiful picture ~
At least with these Apples they don’t change the operating platform each year:)
That must have taken some design team, Roger…
Mother Nature’s no slouch when she puts an idea together:)
I’m rather disappointed with the other Apple – “Think different” has changed to Follow the sheep 😦
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