Newer models of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch offer two and sometimes 3 (iPhone 7 plus) built-in cameras that have tremendously improved HDR capabilities. With a resolution of double-digit megapixels, panoramic features, and advanced optics, the cameras allow users to capture pictures better than ever before. Find one camera on the backside for taking pictures while looking at the front screen. The other camera is in the front. Your best use of this camera is for selfies and video calls in FaceTime, Facebook Live, Snapchat, and similar apps. Upload all your selfies and photos to social media sites in a flash. To take a picture, the user only has to point the phone in the right direction and tap to shoot.
Edit and Share
After taking stunning pictures and videos with the cameras, users can edit the photos in Photos. With a variety of options, it is easy to remove the stubborn red-eye, crop, rotate, or enhance the color of pictures. The app eliminates the necessity of connecting the device to a computer and having to edit with pricey software.
Once the photos meet approval, the favorite moments are shared with friends and family on Facebook or Twitter. Also, they can be shared to select individuals only through the Shared Photo Streams feature of iCloud.
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