The 100 Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

The 100 Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

…etimes difficult to use as onscreen elements such as links, photos, and buttons sometimes get in the way. 3D also makes it easier to switch between apps without pressing the Home button. You can press firmly on the left edge and swipe slightly to access the app switcher. You can also press firmly and swipe all the way across to switch back the previous app you were using. Press down on the Camera icon on the home screen to open the Quick Action me…

The Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

The Best Tips and Tricks for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

…ne. And we’ll help you discover how, in the section below. The new Home button isn’t actually a button. Similar to the Force Touch trackpad on the new Macs, the new Home “button” is capacitive. It doesn’t move itself, you get feedback on the operation thanks to the Taptic engine just behind the Home button. This means that you can customize how “hard” the press/feedback feels like. There are 3 settings – basically low, medium and high. You would b…

The Complete Guide to Capturing, Saving and Sharing Live Photos on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

The Complete Guide to Capturing, Saving and Sharing Live Photos on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

…o a lot more with them than Apple planned for. When you tap the shutter button, a Live Photo, along with capturing the still, captures 1.5 seconds of video (15 FPS) before and after you press the button. To view a Live Photo, all you do is press hard on the iPhone screen (3D Touch) and the photo will animate. The video will play in a loop, accompanied with the audio. If you’ve only just started taking live photos, here are some tips and tricks. If…

Google Photos vs. Apple Photos Comparison – Which One’s Better?

Google Photos vs. Apple Photos Comparison – Which One’s Better?

…that Google is actually doing the same thing that Apple did with the Apple Photos app. How similar are these two apps? Let’s take a look. Organization Google Photos and Apple Photos organize the images in your library in a similar way. Apple uses smart groups, based on location and time and calls these groups collections, moments and years. The “moments” collection includes all photos taken during one day or at a certain location, Collection is th…

The Best Ways to Share iPhone Photos with Your Family and Friends

The Best Ways to Share iPhone Photos with Your Family and Friends

…y as well. In the Photos app, select all the photos and tap the “Share” button. Then from the list, select “iCloud Photo Sharing“. Then choose the album you want to add it to. Boom, now your friends or family in the album will get a notification about it. Things to know about iCloud Photo Library: Google Photos is cross platform, it’s easy to share from iPhone, iPad, Android and even the web. If your friends and family are split between iOS and An…

iOS 10 Hands-on: What’s New in Photos

iOS 10 Hands-on: What’s New in Photos

…ne. If you want to see all the photos in a grid just tap the “Show all” button. The Albums view is now a grid instead of a list in iOS 9. Don’t get to excited, you can’t actually “edit” Live Photos as video. In iOS 9, you could only edit a Live Photo by removing the “Live” part. That’s no more the case. You can add effects to the entire Live Photos now. Speaking of Live Photos, the ones you take using iOS 10, should also be more stable and less ji…

How To Use Memories Feature in iOS 10 Photos App

How To Use Memories Feature in iOS 10 Photos App

on – it’s everywhere. And all you have to do to view it is tap the Play button. The video will start playing. And here’s the best part – they’re pretty good. As long as you have some really good Live Photos and short videos in there, the auto-generated videos turn out to be something you might just want to save and share with your friends. Because I think this is a much better thing to share (especially on a platform like Facebook or Instagram), t…

Is Instagram Selling User Photos? Learn How to Protect Yourself

Is Instagram Selling User Photos? Learn How to Protect Yourself

…am revised the terms of service and decided to have the right to sell user photos. The sad part about the whole process is the fact that the photo owners would get nothing in return. While the company later reversed the decision, it is important to be on the lookout just in case they decide to sell your photos anyway. The Revised Policy Facebook is the mother company of Instagram. This happened after it purchased the company back in April 2012. No…

How to take and view Live Photos on your iPhone 6s

How to take and view Live Photos on your iPhone 6s

…os works by saving not only the photo you take when you hit the shutter button, but also those that are captured 1.5 seconds before and 1.5 seconds afterwards. Instead of getting just one image, then, you get a whole bunch — 45 to be precise — and these are all thrown together to create an MOV file that is combined with your standard 12-megapixel JPG image. Together, these provide you with a Live Photo that comes to life. A number of early reviewe…

The Complete Guide on How to Use All the New iOS 10 Features

The Complete Guide on How to Use All the New iOS 10 Features

…simply keeping your finger on the Touch ID sensor, one has to press the button to unlock their device now. This is already causing confusion for new users. And people are worried that such a frequent use might wear out their home buttons. I personally think that we’ll all get used to it in a while. Don’t like widgets on the lock screen? You can always disable them. The Notes app in iOS 10 has received some major new collaboration features and some…