iOS 12 is all about adding smarts to existing features. We’re seeing it everywhere from notifications, Siri to even the Photos app. In the new Photos app, you get a multi-keyword search that actually works, smart photo sharing, a personalized For You tab and a lot more.
Apple has in-store sessions at its physical retail spaces for a variety of different topics, especially photography. But now, just in case you can’t make it to a store, there is an over-the-phone option.
One of the best things about the iPhone is the camera. It’s the best way to capture the most interesting and fun moments in your life. Whether you’re taking portraits, capturing a sunset or taking a selfie with your friends, it all goes to the same chronological feed on your Camera Roll.
Apple has published a brand new advertisement, along with a new tutorial, dedicated to the Memories feature found within the Photos app.
iPhone has an amazing camera. It’s no secret we take hundreds of photos when we’re on a trip or when we meet people. But most of the time, they just end up on our iPhone, collecting dust. Maybe you select some photos and send them to your friends using WhatsApp or email. But that’s a pretty one-sided interaction.
’Tis the season for sending and receiving memorable family photos and greeting cards. Most people have to go to the store to order their prints or use some complicated online Flash designer. Mac users (and at one point iOS users) on the other hand have a fantastic custom greeting card designer built right in.
Photos app is smarter than ever. It knows which photos are the best and loops them up for you. It will now let you search for objects within photos, and identify faces for you. To make it easy to share the best memories from your trip, it will even automatically create a highlights video for you. Read to find out how to use all those new features in the new Photos app in iOS 10.
The new Photos app in iOS 10 has finally become smart. Much like Google Photos, it can now do object recognition inside your photos and log them all based on categories (what’s inside them).
The new Photos app in iOS 10 has added some smart search and filtering features. It’s doing something similar to what Google Photos does but here, all the AI stuff is done on your device itself, not on the cloud. And the app isn’t scanning any of your personal data. This means that it has the ability to scan all your photos and tag them, and then pull together all the photos of the person. But there’s no way Apple knows who that person is. This is where you come in.
It’s amazing how quickly my 64 GB iPhone fills up with just the photos. Especially Live Photos. The best thing you can do for your photos is to enable cloud backup. I recommend using iCloud Photo Library – it’s built right in. If you’re looking for a completely free option – Google Photos is also an awesome alternative.