If you’ve updated to iTunes 12.7, then you must have noticed the significant changes that Apple made to iTunes, such as the removal of the iOS App Store and the ability to sync ringtones to your iPhone.
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One of the biggest features in iPhone 7 Plus was the Portrait mode. Using the dual camera setup, you could create awesome depth effect photos right from your iPhone. It brought professional level depth photography to the masses. iPhone 8 Plus does the same for portrait lighting.
Screenshots are great for sharing moments such as your high score in a game, a scene from a video, conversations on social networks, and even report bugs.
If you run into problems on your new iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, then there is no harm in starting off by force rebooting or hard resetting your iPhone to see it helps.
Texting while driving is a deadly affair. There’s no disputing the fact. And anything we can do to reduce distractions while driving, the better. And until we’re all using self-driving cars, that means putting the phone away. Apple has used its CarPlay system to help us out a bit. Now, with Do Not Disturb while Driving Feature in iOS 11, they’re taking it a step further.
Although it has been many years since iOS 8.4.1 was released, this didn’t stop iOS hacker @tihmstar from releasing a new jailbreak for iOS 8.4.1 called EtasonJB. This might not be an exciting news for many of us, but there are definitely some users out there who are still on iOS 8.4.1, especially those who own legacy iOS devices.
In the last couple of years, Apple has started to wake up to the fact that their entry-level iPhones have too little storage capacities. Last year iPhones started at 32GB and this year it’s 64GB. But a lot of us are still stuck with 16 GB iPhones. To help us out, Apple keeps adding space saving features in iOS updates.
Apple recently released iTunes 12.7 for Mac and Windows which brings some notable changes that could affect your iTunes workflow. While the new version of iTunes adds support for iOS 11, it also removes the iOS App Store as well as the ability to ability to sync apps and ringtones on an iOS device using iTunes.
Auto Brightness used to be a fixture of the Display & Brightness section in iOS 10. Whenever the auto brightness would behave erratically, you’d go in, turn it off, and take matters in your own hand. Because of the Control Center slider, brightness has always been quite easy to adjust. In iOS 11, Apple has moved this feature to the Accessibility section.