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What’s New With the iPhone’s Camera and Photos Apps in iOS 13

The 2019 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off in San Jose yesterday, and Apple made several major announcements (including the new Mac Pro and 6K display) during the keynote presentation. One of the unveilings was for iOS 13, and a number of big improvements are coming to the iPhone's Camera and Photos apps.

How to Hide Photos on Your iPhone

Apple makes it relatively easy to hide photos that are stored on an iPhone and this feature can be quite important when the phone might be used by anyone other than the owner of the device.

How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Computer in 2022

Transferring photos from an iPhone to a computer is a common task that doesn't have to feel like a chore, yet sometimes it can be frustrating if something isn't working or seems to be taking longer to complete than it should. Thankfully, Apple provides several solutions to move pictures from an iPhone to a computer.

Apple Announces the iPhone SE 2022

Apple Unveils the New iPhone SE: New Camera and Big Features for $429

Since the initial release of the iPhone in 2007, the device has been seen as the benchmark for premium smartphones and has the price tags to match it. To address this, Apple has announced the new iPhone SE, which has a price of $429 that makes it the most affordable iPhone. The smartphone is packed with the same A15 Bionic chip, 5G service, and many other features found in the top tier iPhone 13 Pro.

Photographing Birds with an iPhone: Leave the 600mm Lens at Home?

One of the most popular photo seminars in the world happens every December, when hundreds of photographers flock to the tiny town of Socorro, New Mexico, to document the migration of some 20,000 birds en route to Mexico.

Can You Shoot Underwater Photos with an iPhone?

It doesn’t seem that long ago that we tried to revive wet smartphones by sticking them in a bag of rice and hoping for the best. Now, most modern smartphones are “water-resistant.” If water gets into them, they won’t be destroyed, like in years past. Still, we’re not supposed to dunk them in the water. But try telling that to kids.