Playing with Photos
Get ready to . . .
⇒ Take Pictures with the iPhone Camera
⇒ Save Photos from the Web
⇒ View an Album
⇒ View Individual Photos
⇒ Edit Photos
⇒ Organize Photos in Camera Roll
⇒ View Photos by Years and Location
⇒ Share Photos with Mail, Twitter, or Facebook
⇒ Share a Photo Using AirDrop
⇒ Share Photos Using Photo Stream
⇒ Print Photos
⇒ Run a Slideshow
⇒ Delete Photos
With its gorgeous screen, the iPhone is a natural for taking and viewing photos. It supports most common photo formats, such as JPEG, TIFF, and PNG. You can shoot your photos by using the built-in cameras in iPhone with built-in square or panorama modes. If you have an iPhone 5 or later, you can edit your images using filters that are new with the Camera app that comes with iOS 7. You can also sync photos from your computer, save images you find online to your iPhone, or receive them by e-mail, MMS, or iMessage.
The Photo Streams feature lets you share groups of photos with people using iCloud on an iOS 7 device or on a Mac or Windows computer with iCloud access.
When you have photos to play with, the Photos app lets you organize photos from the Camera Roll or view photos in albums one by one or in a slideshow. A new feature lets you view photos by years they were taken, with images divided into collections by the location or time you took the them. You can also AirDrop (iPhone 5 and later), e-mail, message, or tweet a photo to a friend, print it, or post it to Facebook. You can read ...