macOS Mojave and iOS 12 have teamed up to bring us Camera Continuity. Camera Continuity allows you to initiate a photo request on your Mac and then have your iPhone automatically take and send the photo or document over.
Recent iPhones save camera pictures as HEIC files instead of JPEG. This new format is more efficient, which means you can save even more photos and videos on your iPhone, but it’s not compatible with every device and operating system, including older Macs. Here’s how to configure your iPhone to shoot JPEGs again for better compatibility.
Apple added native QR code scanning to the Camera app in iOS 11, and is now making QR code scanning even easier by giving it a dedicated Control Center widget in iOS 12. Here’s how it works.
Tired of having to use third party apps to scan QR codes on your iPhone? iOS 11 now lets you scan these helpful barcodes directly in the iOS Camera app, with no third party apps or tools required! Here’s how it works.
A big new feature of the iPhone 6s is the ability to record 4K video. Here’s how to enable 4K video recording, and some tips on why higher resolution isn’t always better.
Microsoft’s OneDrive service offers the most storage space for the least amount of money, making it a great place to upload backup copies of your iPhone or iPad images. But the service will also automatically upload videos, too, which are huge and eat up your bandwidth. Here’s how to tell OneDrive Camera Backup to only upload images, saving your large videos for your video editing software.
With every revision, the iPhone camera becomes more capable. But Apple hid an important feature in iOS 7 and 8 that can easily make all of us better photographers. Here’s how to locate and enable the iPhone Camera Grid overlay in iOS.