One thing all iPhone users seem to agree about is that their privacy is very important to them. Regardless, we continue to witness apps overstepping their boundaries time and time again for what the developer’s deem a so-called “better user experience.”
Native Apple Maps ratings and photos are now being launched in the United States and elsewhere after the features initially debuted in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 back in August 2020.
Note-taking is a useful skill, but let’s admit it, we’ve all been in some type of time-related pinch in which it was more convenient to simply launch the Camera app and take a picture of something with text on it than it would have been to launch the Notes app and try to type out all the text verbatim. Business cards and street-side advertisements are both great examples.
Apple this week revealed a new initiative that's meant to help protect children. The Expanded Protections for Children effort is three-fold, each feature baked into Apple's major platforms. Two of the new additions appear to be going over well enough, but it's the other one, the photo scanning one, that's ruffled a lot of feathers.
WhatsApp's new View Once mode is now rolling out, bringing self-destructing photos and videos to all users. It follows a testing period since March 2021 when this ephemeral messaging feature appeared for a small number of users on iPhone and Android.
If you own an iPhone, then a substantial part of the user experience would be tinkering with the powerful camera systems that Apple invests millions of dollars into improving year after year. This holds true even for jailbreakers since they can enjoy even more convenience and performance out of their iPhone’s camera than basic iPhone users thanks to being free of Apple’s software limitations.
The new Google Drive desktop client for Mac and Windows is now available to download, with more features from the Backup and Sync client and the Drive File Stream apps coming soon.
With iOS 15, you no longer need a third party app to adjust the date, time, and location information on a photo in your iPhone. You can now make the changes directly from the Photos app. The new feature works great in the iOS 15 developer beta, and lets you easily make the changes. The Photos app now shows you most of the EXIF data for any photo or video.
Are you trying to delete photos on your iPhone, but just aren't able to? We've heard several complaints about an issue where the Trash icon in the Photos app is greyed out and doesn't let you delete photos/videos. If you're facing this issue, then worry not, there's a simple solution to it.
Yes, you can finally view and edit EXIF metadata in Apple Photos on your iPhone and iPad with iOS and iPadOS 15 without requiring any additional app or automation shortcut whatsoever.