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.
If you’ve got iOS 10 installed on your iPhone or iPad, you don’t even need a third party markup app for doing basic markup in Photos and Messages apps. It’s possible to add text, doodle, and even magnify parts of the image. Here’s how to use the feature.
The rumored overhaul to the Photos app has finally happened. And it’s much more than just a new UI or some features here or there. It’s going to change how you think about, save and interact with the photos you take. iOS 10 is going to make it much eaiser to actually do something with all the great photos you take with your iPhone.
Apple only allows you to zoom so far into photos in iOS, but thanks to an odd bug in the latest versions of its operating system, there is a way to get unlimited zoom on your iPhone. Here are the steps to follow.
Live Photos is a nice feature for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Simply put, the camera records 1.5 seconds before and after you snap a photo. The resulting image can be viewed as an animated Live Photo. Due to the image being combined with a .MOV, the file size is about twice as large as a regular photo. Twice as large means it takes up, twice the amount of space on your phone and when sending that image off. However, you can quickly convert a Live Photo into a regular photo.
In my opinion, selfies may lead to the end of the world, but nevertheless they are amazingly popular amongst pretty much everyone one. So much so, Apple created a Selfie album in iOS 9 Photos. With the introduction of Live Photos in iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, everyone’s selfie game will need to step it up a notch. It’s time for Live Selfies.
Live Photos may have been one of the most talked about features when the new iPhones made their debut. Live Photos is a very simple idea, but turns the way people see and view their photos into something a little bit more interesting. We are going to show you how to take and view your Live Photos.