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iOS 8 breathes new life into your older iPhone Camera and Photos apps

17/09/2014

Apple today put its hotly anticipated iOS 8 mobile operating system into the hands of its toughest critics: the users, and iPhoneographers (...)
Apple today put its hotly anticipated iOS 8 mobile operating system into the hands of its toughest critics: the users, and iPhoneographers particularly have been champing at the bit to discover how it all works on the camera that’s always in their pockets. Photographers and videographers have two main points of entry within the mobile operating system: the Camera app and the Photos app, with iCloud increasingly playing a dominant role. Here’s the lowdown on updates — both major and minor — that will become obvious the minute you upgrade your iPhone’s OS. While Apple has already offered plenty of details about photography improvements in the... This story continues at The Next Web The post iOS 8 breathes new life into your older iPhone Camera and Photos apps appeared first on The Next Web. Apple today put its hotly anticipated iOS 8 mobile operating system into the hands of its toughest critics: the users, and iPhoneographers particularly have been champing at the bit to discover how it all works on the camera that’s always in their pockets. Photographers and videographers have two main points of entry within the mobile operating system: the Camera app and the Photos app, with iCloud increasingly playing a dominant role. Here’s the lowdown on updates — both major and minor — that will become obvious the minute you upgrade your iPhone’s OS. While Apple has already offered plenty of details about photography improvements in the... This story continues at The Next Web The post iOS 8 breathes new life into your older iPhone Camera and Photos apps appeared first on The Next Web.
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