Octomom, the busiest mom in the tabloids, would do well with an iPad, eight iPhones, and the Camera-A/Camera-B software packages.
Camera-A and Camera-B are a pair of apps that work together. Camera-B is the app for the iPhone. Install it, and it lets an iPad equipped with Camera-A access the iPhone's camera through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. It essentially gives the iPad a rudimentary camera.
It also allows for a video preview of the iPhone's camera on an iPad. That way, one of Octomom's volunteers/indentured servents/suckers/nannies can keep an eye on the octet of rugrats as they get older and inevitably go on to venture around the country solving mysteries and trading places with unsuspecting dates at school dances. (OK, not really; it's limited to the range of both devices' Wi-Fi network or Bluetooth, but you know what we mean.)
And both apps only cost $1. Surely someone can afford that for Octomom. The eight iPhones and iPad, though...well, not our problem.
May 7, 2010 10:30 AM PDT
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