Do you want to remove all the photos from your iPhone or iPad? While there’s no direct option that lets you delete all photos at once from iPadOS or iOS, there is a handy trick to help you delete all photos from a device.
Are you an iPhone user looking to backup your photos to the cloud, but you have either ran out of iCloud storage space, don’t want to pay for iCloud fees, or you’re already intertwined within the Google ecosystem? You’re certainly not alone. Thanks to Google Photos, there’s an alternate way to backup iPhone photos to … Read More
Cropping videos is easier than ever on iPhone and iPad, and you can now perform video crops directly from Photos app without using iMovie as was necessary in prior iOS versions.
Want to use iCloud Photos on Mac? In its simplest form iCloud Photos is a sync service that makes sure your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac all have every photo you’ve taken, all ready at a moment’s notice. That means you can access the photos from any other device with the feature … Read More
Wondering about enabling and using iCloud Photos on iPhone and iPad? If you have a lot of photos and own multiple Apple devices like iPhones, iPads, and Macs, enabling iCloud Photos could be one of the more convenient features available to you. iCloud Photos enables the seamless and automatic syncing of all your photos and … Read More
The Night Mode camera is a great feature of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and as you may know already the feature turns itself on automatically when dim lighting is detected. But did you know you can manually adjust the time length of the exposure for Night Mode camera on … Read More
If you use the Photos app on Mac to manage your photo libraries, you may occasionally need to rotate a picture or two in your collection. Perhaps you snapped a photo in horizontal landscape mode but you meant it to be vertical in portrait, or maybe you just want to rotate a picture for some … Read More
The Night Mode camera on iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, and iPhone 11 Pro Max is one of the more interesting new features of the new iPhone models, and ones that iPhone photographers will surely enjoy and appreciate. Using Night Mode camera on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro is somewhat unique, so read on … Read More
Many of us take hundreds or even thousands of pictures on our iPhones and iPads over the course of a year. All of these photos are mixed along with all other saved images too, including screenshots, images you download from the internet, and pictures you receive from social networks, all in the primary camera roll … Read More
Do you want to transfer photos that are stored on your Windows computer to an iPhone or iPad? Many of us capture some memorable photos using a professional camera and store them on the computer for later use, but if you want to access them on your mobile device, you’ll need to first move them … Read More
Deep Fusion is a camera technology from Apple that aims to increase detail of a photograph snapped on iPhone. The Deep Fusion Camera feature is currently only available on the newest phones, anything newer than iPhone 11 or iPhone 12 or later, but unlike many other new camera features for these iPhones, like ultra wide … Read More
Did you know that you can annotate photos on your iPhone and iPad? Thanks to the built-in Markup feature in iOS, you don’t even need to install a third-party application like Annotable or Skitch from the App Store.
Editing photos on iPhone and iPad is now better, easier, and more powerful than ever before, as you’ll quickly see in this guide. The default Photos app that’s baked into iOS has long provided some basic editing tools and a variety of filters for quite a while now. This was good enough for users to … Read More
Have a Windows PC and want to access iCloud Photos? You can do that with ease as you’ll find out in this article. Since Apple introduced iCloud eight years ago, the service has been widely used to store photos, as they take up a chunk of physical storage space. For many users this is more … Read More
The iPhone camera can take photos in vertical orientation or horizontal orientation. Typically it’s pretty obvious when you’re taking a photo in either landscape or portrait orientation because the iPhone is physically rotated to one side or another, but sometimes it may not be clear. Maybe orientation lock is enabled on iPhone, or maybe you’re … Read More
Want to record a quick video with an iPhone? The new QuickTake feature of iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max makes it easier than ever to quickly capture video clips. If you’ve used popular social networking apps like Instagram and Snapchat, there’s a … Read More
You can easily add filters to your videos captured on iPhone or iPad, a new ability that has been introduced in the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS. We’ve been able to apply filters to photos via the Photos app for years, but being able to do the same to video via the Photos app … Read More
The latest versions of MacOS include an handy feature that allows you to quickly rotate images directly from the Finder, without having to open any other application like Preview or Photos. This image rotate capability comes as a Finder Quick Action and it can be accessed anytime from the Column view, Icon View, or List … Read More