Zoom videoconferencing has been updated with support for the iPad Pro’s new Center Stage feature along with an expanded gallery view bringing 48 video tiles to Apple's biggest tablet.
Apple gave Zoom a preferential treatment on its platform by allowing the videoconferencing software to access private APIs letting the iPad camera be used during Split View multitasking.
Instagram offers some nifty features for creating your stories. You can use Multi-Capture to snap several photos on the spot or use PhotoBooth for four quick selfies of yourself or you and your friends. Along with these options is another feature called Superzoom.
Superzoom is pretty much what the name implies. You capture a short video that automatically zooms in to the center without you lifting a finger. This is a cool way to show objects in a landscape, faces on people, or food on a plate. Whatever your next Instagram story, see how to use Superzoom for a neat effect.
Zoom is one of those features meant to make our lives easier but is often overlooked for certain tasks. Sure, you may be used to zooming in on a photo your friend texts you, but do you think about the same action when you’re working on a document?
In Pages, Numbers, and Keynote on Mac, you can use the handy zoom feature in the toolbar. But there are also additional options for this feature in the menu bar. The functions differ per these three applications and between Mac and iPhone or iPad.
There’s never a reason to struggle to see something in these three apps with the helpful zoom option. So here, we’ll show you how to use zoom in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
The popular videoconferencing app Zoom has received a timely update today, bringing native performance to the Apple silicon-powered Mac computers.
iOS 14's Photos lets you zoom in on images further than ever before so most folks won't have to resort to trickery just to zoom in on their photographs beyond Apple's visibility threshold.
If you were hoping Facebook would jump on the whole-from-home bandwagon and launch a Zoom alternative, your wish has been granted.
Zoom is seeing a surge in popularity right now due to the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic, which is forcing a lot of work-from-home situations crop up.
Zoom is having a moment, thanks to the fact that many, many people around the world are being forced to work from home (when they can) due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
You might be a full-time remote worker or just working from your home temporarily. Either way, you need a method to communicate with coworkers, employees, and others who work remotely like you.
There are some wonderful tools available for chatting with your team. From those that have simple chat capabilities to others with app and service integrations.
If you’re looking for the right app for your remote communications, these are some of the best ones out there.
If you have trouble reading text on specific websites, you can adjust the font size in Safari. But this isn’t always enough. Maybe the webpage you’re visiting has images that you want to view bigger. Or perhaps the site size overall is just too small.
There’s a wonderful accessibility feature for Safari on both Mac and iOS that lets you zoom to a particular percentage on all sites you visit or only those where you need it. We’ll show you how to enable zoom in Safari in this tutorial.
Even though the screen resolution for the Apple Watch Series 4 and above has improved, that tiny screen can still be hard to read for some. Luckily, Apple offers a Zoom feature that you can use on Apple Watch. So whether you have a bit of trouble reading complications or specific apps, you can zoom right in with a tap when you need to.
Here’s how to enable and use Zoom on your Apple Watch.