And second, Apple has added a range of new features for editing and manipulating Live Photos.
Now you can use the little video and transform it into a loop, or a bounce – or, most wow-worthy of all, meld all the pictures together into a long exposure picture.
Press it again to stop the recording, and it’ll be sent into your phone’s camera roll.Speaking of your camera roll, your photos have become smarter, too.Instead, you’ll finally be able to have your phone do that for you.If someone tries to connect to your internet and is near to you, you’ll be given a prompt asking to give them a password. Apple has made it far easier and simpler to deal with the things you screenshot or record while using your phone.First off, the phone will now recognise QR codes, allowing you simply to point it at one and go where it suggests.
(They’re a bit retro, but perhaps this might be enough to bring QR codes back.) Those can be used for a range of different things, like opening websites or apps.
Apple’s making it easy to free up space, when you need it, and to keep that space free when you don’t.
It’s added a range of new settings aimed at helping you do that.
Those include different things from all around the phone, from switching to the camera to using it as a remote for your house or Apple TV. It’s done by going to the Settings app, rather than the control centre itself, and heading to the right option.
There, you can choose to “customise controls”, and pick which buttons you want as well as the order to display them in.
So here are the more hidden, secret updates that Apple has added this time around, from the big to the small.