Everyone knew the iPhone was going to be big even before it was launched. But when people started developing apps to simplify even the simplest of things, the rage caught on.
The story behind the iPhone-app-created cover image of The New Yorker’s June 1 edition only goes to show how far we have come from the days of desktop publishing. Don’t forget to scroll down and view the video capturing the image-creation from start to finish.
Retire now, InDesign.