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How To : Transfer photos from your iPhone to your Mac

This video tells us the method to transfer photos from your iPhone to your Mac. In the first step, launch the image capture. Connect your iPhone to Mac via a USB cable. 'Download To' option is used for specifying the folder in which you want the downloaded files. 'Automatic Ta ...more

How To : Delete photos from an iPod Touch / iPhone / iTouch

Learn how to delete photos from an iPod Touch, iPod, iPhone, or any kind of iTouch. The trick is to hook it up to your Windows PC or Mac and use iTunes to sync with it. You'll then be able to go to the photos tab to remove specific photos from your iPod/iTouch device. On on i ...more

How To : Turn GIFs into Live Photos on Your iPhone

If you've ever wanted to turn your favorite GIF into a live wallpaper for your iPhone or even just make it a 3D Touch-friendly Live Photo that you can share, there's a super simple way to do so. Using the Giphy app for iOS, you can convert any GIF found on Giphy's website int ...more

How To : Take and share photos on the Apple iPhone 3G

Right out of the box, iPhone is incredibly easy to use. If you want to get the most out of every feature, you’ve come to the right place. This video tutorial straight from Apple will teach you how to take and share photos on the Apple iPhone 3G. The iPhone redefines what a mob ...more

How To : Drag & Drop Photos on Your iPhone in iOS 11

One of the more interesting improvements to the Photos app in iOS 11 includes a way to drag and drop a photo from one album into another album. In fact, you could even drag and drop multiple photos at the same time. And this is not an iPad-only feature — it works just as well ...more

How To : Hide Private Photos on Your iPhone

When a photo or video is just too sensitive to leave laying around in your Photos app, you'll want to either delete it for good or hide it away in safe, secure location on your iPhone. As for the latter, Apple actually has a few tools available to make photos and videos hidden ...more

How To : Take Long Exposure Photos on Your iPhone in iOS 11

While Live Photos has been a fun addition to iOS ever since the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, there hasn't been much practical use for Apple's moving images so far. But it looks like things are changing in iOS 11 with new, advanced features such as long exposure effects that make a D ...more

How To : Recover Deleted Photos from Your iPhone

In one of Apple's newer ads, the company claims that "more photos are taken with the iPhone than any other camera." If this is in fact true, then it might also be appropriate to say that more photos are accidentally deleted on iPhones than any other camera. Don't Miss: How to ...more

How To : Delete your iPhone photo library

Well, you've shot one too many compromising photo and it's time to wipe your iPhone photo library. But, for some reason, this isn't the easiest thing to do. Well, with this how-to video, you'll learn how to get rid of those 212 photos of your niece in her sailor suit you thoug ...more

How To : Diassemble & open a iPhone 2G (1st generation)

In this video, learn how to crack open, dissaemble and take the back off an Apple iPhone 2G (1st generation). Advice from the Internet: Don't try this unless you have done like-attempts before successfully. It is very difficult to replace an IPhone 2G back cover with a new one ...more

How To : Crack open the iPhone 2G

In this video tutorial, learn how to open & take the back off the iPhone 2G. This shows how to crack open the iPhone 2G case, specifically to hardware flash the radio by shorting the test point. This was considered the first hack freeing the iPhone 2G from its simlock. Warnin ...more

How To : Open an iPod photo

Check out this instructional electronics video that illustrates the simple process of opening an iPod photo. Watch as a technician from ipodjuice.com demonstrates how to open up an iPod Photo using an iPod battery replacement kit. Follow along with this tutorial and start list ...more

How To : 8 Free Must-Have Photo Apps for iPhone

The stock Camera and Photos apps are great for taking basic pictures and doing some quick edits, but if you're serious about making your iPhone photos the best they can be, you can't stop there. The iOS App Store is filled with tons of great third-party alternatives with adva ...more

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