Memes lighten the mood and add a fun element to a conversation. If you love memes, you might want to create some with your personal image or text. To help you do that, here are a few ways to create memes from scratch or edit a well-known meme template on your iPhone and iPad.
GIFs are animated images that play continuously in a loop. You can turn your still photos, Live Photos, and videos into GIFs on your iPhone and iPad. In this tutorial, we show you 4 free ways to create GIFs on your iPhone and save or share them.
In the Photos app, there are a couple of different folders that could go with some extra security. However, both the Hidden and Recently Deleted folders are simply out of sight more often than not, with potentially sensitive content easily accessible by anyone who has full access to an iPhone. But that's changing with iOS 16.
Apple is making it easier to share photos with people in iOS 16. It's already pretty easy to share photos, especially with people using Family Sharing. However, with iOS 16, Apple is making it even easier. And, in some instances, even automatic. Even directly from the Camera app.
WhatsApp saves the same pictures and videos in two places - inside the WhatsApp app and the iPhone Photos app. You can easily stop WhatsApp from saving images to your iPhone Photos app. But one copy still unknowingly remains inside the chat app.
If you have lots of one-to-one and group conversations on WhatsApp, these media files might be occupying several GBs of space.
In this handy tutorial, we show you how to delete old WhatsApp photos and videos from your iPhone to free space and keep things fast.
It’s almost like a bad joke how Apple designed the Camera app with a shortcut to your Photo Library, but not vice-versa. In fact, some might call it almost maddening.
The Photos app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac lets you play beautiful slideshows of your pictures and videos. You can start a slideshow of your vacation photos or a wedding album and sit back and enjoy the images cycle through automatically.
To take things up a notch, you can also customize the slideshow with themes, music, or AirPlay it to a bigger display.
Follow along and see how to create a slideshow on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Looking at the same wallpaper every day can be boring for some. If you feel the same, you can spice things up by having your iPhone automatically change the Home Screen and Lock Screen wallpaper daily.
Plus, you can customize it to auto-change the wallpaper when you plug or unplug the charger or put the device in Airplane Mode and many other such conditions. Here's how.
I have a friend who nearly lost all of his photos of his daughter. He had his iPhone for just about two years and he took tons of pictures of her. She wasn't even two years old yet, so basically, her whole life was on his iPhone. One day, his phone crashed, and he couldn't figure out what happened to it. His pictures were lost.
He was eventually able to recover his photos, but not without hours of work and days of anxiety. When I asked him why he didn't just back his photos up, he had no good response. Always back up your precious photos. Seriously. Always back up your photos!
Here are a few different ways to back up your photos and videos so you'll never have to face the dreaded lost memories again.
Learn why images, videos and animated GIFs from WhatsApp chats with disappearing messages enabled are no longer automatically saved to your iPhone's Photos library, and how to manage this setting going forward.
A watermark or signature helps identify the maker of an image or photograph. You might have seen the artist's signature on drawings and paintings. Before posting, publishing, sending, or using original pictures, you might want to add a watermark to establish your right or authority.
The watermark on an image can be text-based (your name), signature, company logo, copyright symbol ©, or something else. This tutorial shows you how to add a watermark to photos from your iPhone or iPad.
When you feel a little bit secretive about certain photos or videos, you can always hide them away in the native Photos app’s dedicated Hidden album. Unfortunately, they won’t be safe from prying eyes when the user knows where to look.