The iPhone does an amazing job taking great photos. It sets the focus and exposure, detects faces, adjusts color and white balance, and much more, all automatically. Most of the time, you simply point and shoot and get an awesome photo. Sometimes, however, you may need to take more control.
Our iPhones can do so many wonderful things that it’s sometimes easy to forget they are also telephones. And while making phone calls may seem old school, there are many times when speaking to someone is the best way to communicate. With that in mind, here are a few tips to make using the phone easier.
Why are there so many things with such tiny print on them? I seem to ask myself that question more often with each passing year. I used to snap a photo with my phone and then zoom in, but there is a better way…
It is said that “the best camera is the one you have with you.” These days we carry our smart phones, with their amazing cameras, with us most of the time. It’s so easy to snap a picture anywhere, at any time, that we end up with a huge number of photos on our phones.
Have you ever struggled to find a particular photo that you just know is there? There is an easy way to find almost any picture in your photo library.
Entering text is probably the most common thing we do on our devices, whether it’s sending a message, writing an email, or jotting down a note. How often do you mistype something and need to correct it? There is a relatively new, and much easier way to go back and change text you’ve already typed.
We all have become familiar with using a search engine, such as Google, to find things on the internet. Our devices have a similar feature that makes it very easy to find things both on our devices and online. It’s surprisingly powerful and useful.