Your iPhone/iPad is packed to the gills with photos and videos? Sounds like a typical problem. What you really need is a fast way to manage and selectively move the media items both ways between your iOS device and your computer. This is the best way to free up valuable storage space on your device and ensure you’ll be able to shoot those festive moments uninterrupted.
Pixlemator can now both open and save images in Apple’s new space-saving file format introduced last year. Now you can export your images in the HEIF format to reduce their file sizes without losing visible quality.
macOS Mojave 10.14 introduces a time-shifting desktop wallpaper feature. It adjusts a specially crafted image throughout the day in order to match your local sunrise and sunset times. The effect is awesome and works by leveraging Apple’s HEIC file format which is capable of packaging time-lapses, multiple images and other items into a single file.
The Pixelmator Pro 1.1 update brings a plethora of enhancements and new capabilities, like the new web export and slicing tools, machine learning-driven smart adjustment, Touch Bar and HEIF saving support and much more.
Apple’s forward-looking HEIF image format is great until you run into compatibility issues because we’re still living in a JPEG world. Here’s how to convert your HEIFs into JPEGs the right way, using iMazing’s free converter app for Mac and Windows.