It wasn’t too long ago that taking quality pictures required a legitimate camera and local photo center to print the photos. But with the proliferation of smartphones equipped with decent cameras, that is no longer the case. While your iPhone camera won’t match up with something like this, it is more than adequate for taking great photos. And if you want to take better photos than the average iPhone photographer, these 11 tips will help you become an iPhone camera pro.
iPhone Tips and Tricks
How many people do you know have a fax machine in their house? Not too many. As smartphones, computers, and tablets continue to advance, signing documents virtually is commonplace. Apple users can sign documents using their Mac, iPhone, and iPad all without spending a dime on expensive software or applications.
If you have watched any number of scary movies or thrillers you’ve come to assume that a cell phone is wholly worthless when you really need it. Either the battery is dead or somehow in the middle of a large city, there is no service. But, in real life, your iPhone can actually save your life if you ever find yourself in an emergency situation. This time, it’s Siri to the rescue.
While the iPhone is not a customizable as an Android Phone, it does make sure to include many features that will make it easier to use for folks with disabilities. Accessibility can be found in Settings -> General. While many of features were made with a specific customer in mind, anyone can use the features to improve their iPhone experience. Once such feature is the LED notification option.
Typing on an iDevice can be a frustrating endeavor. Besides the annoyances of auto-correct or having carrots for thumbs, there are shortcuts, punctuations, and symbols that can complicate matters even more. No matter how comfortable you are with typing on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, there are a few simple tricks that you might not have known about.
“Live long and prosper.” That famous Vulcan salute has lived on for generations and has made Spock one of the most recognizable characters of all time. There were rumblings of the Vulcan salute, aka the Spock emoji being added to iOS 8.3, but sadly those rumors turned out to be false — well, kind of. iOS 8.3 and iOS 8.4 does support the Spock emoji, you just have to do a little bit of work to enable it without jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad.
While it is highly unlikely that a rogue agency or government will try to hack your Apple device to steal your most recent Snapchats, it doesn’t mean that your privacy is unimportant. As we continue to move more personal and private information online and onto mobile devices, the need to address privacy concerns will continue to be top priority. For iOS devices, there are more than a few measures and privacy settings that everyone should know about.
One of the things we’ve to do on a regular basis is charge our iPhones, which can be quite a time-consuming process.
It has become a daily ritual to charge our devices overnight. But there are times when we end up forgetting to do it, only to realize that we’ve limited amount of time to charge our device before we head out.