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Now you can shoot fps slow-motion video at full HD. Portrait Lighting effects 8 Plus only : To shoot Portrait Mode shots with artificial lighting effects, first go to shoot in Portrait mode. You can do this either by force-pressing the camera icon and choosing the Portrait shortcut, or opening the camera app and selecting the Portrait option in there. Now you can just tap and hold the bottom of the frame where it says "Natural Lighting", and scroll through the options.
After a second or two you'll see the lighting effect icon at the bottom of the image, tap it and swipe exactly as you did when shooting the image. Up to 50 per cent in in 30 minutes. Add new controls: Unlike previous versions of iOS, you can now add and remove controls from Control Centre.
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Reorganise controls: To change the order of those controls you've added, tap and hold the three-bar menu on the right of whichever control you'd like to move, then move it up and down the list to wherever you'd like it to be. Switch on personal hotspot: By default, the connectivity control only has four options in it. If you force press to expand it, you'll get a full-screen control with two more options. Tap on the personal hotspot icon to switch it on. Switch on Night Shift: To switch on Night Shift - which kills blue light, making it the screen warmer - force press the screen brightness control, then tap the Night Shift icon at the bottom of the screen.
Make sure you add the control, then open Control Centre and press the icon that looks like a solid white circle inside a thin white ring. From now on it'll record everything that happens on your screen. Press the control again when you're done, and it'll save a video to your Photos app automatically. If you want to adjust the brightness, force press the icon, then adjust the full-screen slider that appears. Quickly switch where audio is played: One cool feature is the ability to change where music is playing. While music is playing, through Apple Music, Spotify, or wherever, force press on the music control or just tap the little icon in the top corner of the music control.
This brings up a pop-up showing available devices that you can play through.
Set a quick timer: Instead of heading to the timer app, you can force press on the timer icon, then slide up or down on the full-screen to set a timer anywhere from one minute to two hours long. Get to older notifications: On your lock screen, as usual, new notifications pop up as standard. However, if you want to quickly get to older ones you've read, but ignored, swipe up on the lock screen and it'll show "Earlier Today" or even older notifications that haven't been cleared.
Clear older notifications: With the older notifications onscreen, force press the little "x" in the corner and tap the "clear all notifications" popup that appears. Now you don't have to press the button any more.
Raise your phone to wake: Simply pick up the phone from an off state and it will wake up showing you all the notifications you've got on the Lock screen. How to quickly access the camera from the lock screen: Simple. Anywhere on the Lock screen swipe from right to left. How to access widgets on the Lock Screen: Again really simple.
Anywhere on the Lock screen swipe from left to right. How to unlock your phone but stay on the Lock screen: A curious one, but Touch ID users can unlock their iPhone without going to the Home screen. To do so put your finger on the Home button but don't press on it. A small padlock icon at the top of the screen will disappear, but you won't be taken to your apps Home screen. Tap on the edit button to customise which widgets show and in what order. To do this, pull down the notification to reveal the actions you can take.
Or, from the Lock Screen, you can force press or press and hold the notification and tap "reply", then start typing. How to remove stock apps: You can now remove the Apple stock apps like Stocks, Compass and others. To do so, simply tap and hold on the app icon until it starts wiggling and then tap the "x". You will be asked to confirm your decision. To get them back, simply search for the app in question in the App Store.
Crop and markup screenshots: Take a screenshot, then a small preview screenshot appears in the bottom left corner. Tap it and then use the tools shown to draw, write on, or crop the image. Dismiss screenshot preview: To get the little screenshot preview off your screen, just swipe it left. Hey presto! It's gone. To access these effects, press and hold the send icon after you've written a message. How to mute specific conversations: In your main Messages inbox, swipe left on any conversation you want to hide notifications from then tap "hide alerts".
It's really useful if you're part of a particularly persistent and chatty group message. This works for SMS as well as iMessages. Send a picture to someone: To the left of the text input field in Messages you'll see a small camera icon.
Tap it, then you have the option to take a picture or scroll right through recently shot photos. To do so, choose a photo and add it to your message. Before you send, tap on the photo and you'll get the choice to Markup i. Draw and send someone a picture: In Messages you can also send people drawn pictures like Apple Watch users can. Tap the little App Store icon to the left of the message input field. You'll now see a small heart logo with two fingers on it at the bottom of the screen; tap it and then start drawing. How to draw on a video you want to send someone in a message: Follow the instructions above, but instead of drawing on the canvas straight away press the video camera icon.
You can then record a message and draw on it at the same time. How to send someone a kiss: In Messages you can not only send someone a drawing or a video, but also a series of shapes or patterns, including a kiss on the screen. To send a kiss, go to the black canvas see above and tap with two fingers where you want the kiss to appear. There are other elements too like two fingers held on the screen gives you a beating heart, but two fingers swiped down the screen breaks that heart. There are plenty to try, so go experiment.
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Swipe left or right to find the app you're looking for. If you're typing, you'll find the little "A" App Store icon to the left of the text field. Tap on it to bring the apps up. Pressing one will add it to the message for the other person on iOS to see. Pressing it again will remove the reaction. If it's a YouTube video they'll be able to watch it right there in Messages. How to share your location: You can quickly share your location within a message by heading to any conversation or message thread.
To manage them for different people go to a Message conversation and press the "i" icon in the top right hand corner of the screen. From here you can toggle the "Send Read Receipt" option. What time? Quick Voice message: If you press on the small mic button on the right of the text box you can start recording a verbal message. Lift your finger to stop and reveal a playback button. Once happy either swipe up or tap the arrow to send it, or swipe left or tap the x button to cancel.
Here you can Opt to keep Messages forever, 1 year, or 30 days. Raise to listen to audio messages: It's on by default, but you can turn off the ability to listen and reply to incoming audio messages by raising your phone. Keep the original photo while using Live Photo effects: Once you choose one of the new Live Photo effects, it saves it on your phone as a video, not a photo. If you want to keep the original shot as a still photo as well, just hit the share icon and tap "duplicate" and save another copy of the original photo. You'll need to do this before you change the Live Photo effect - or just go back to the original Live Photo style and do it then.
How to apply a filter to a Live Photo: You can now apply filters to Live Photos and still keep them as a Live Photo, something you couldn't do in some older versions of iOS. To apply a filter, do so as you have previously. On dual camera models you get "Take Portrait" instead of the regular photo option. How to Merge People in Photos app: Photos can detect people and places. If you find that the app has picked out the same person but says they are different people you can merge the albums together. Tap on the word "Select" at the top right of the screen and then select the images of the people you want to merge.
How to create Photo Memories: You can create your own Memories from your own albums. This will allow you to see your Memories. Scroll to the bottom and tap on "Add to Memories". How to share a Memories movie: The Apple Photos app automatically creates a mini slideshow for you that can then be shared as a video. Go to the Memory you want to share, tap on the "play" icon on the main picture and then tap on the share icon.
How to change the style of a Memories movie: You can either opt for the default movie style from Apple or change it to fit a handful of different styles. You can also choose between Short, Medium or Long. Duplicate as Still Photo: If you've taken a Live Photo you can now create a full resolution still photo from it as a duplicate without damaging the original Live Photo.
To do so, find the picture you want to duplicate, press the share button and then select Duplicate. On the next menu choose "Duplicate as Still Photo". Here you can press on the wand to auto enhance your photo or press on the icon that looks like a volume knob with dots around it. If you select Light you can then gesture left or right to make the picture lighter or darker. Straightening your photos: You can now quickly and easily straighten your photos. Search Photo albums: Go to the Photos app and press on the magnifying glass.