Apple is making a real song and dance about its iPhones of late, perhaps in an attempt to stimulate flagging sales around the globe. It's been releasing many video ads highlighting the different facets of the iPhone, and the latest relates to the advanced Depth Control feature that the most recent iPhones all offer.
Google is doing what Apple can't, or won't, by adding the ability to edit the depth of field, or blur effect, of Portrait shots to the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, and iPhone X in an update to its Google Photos app.
Apple's #ShotoniPhone campaign is a clever advertising strategy indeed, and the company is at it again, this time sharing portrait photos taken using the iPhone XS and its new Depth Control mechanism.
Did you know that iPhone XS, XS Max and XR features Live Stage Light Preview for Portrait mode. There was so much going on during Apple's iPhone XS event that the company showed off a new feature on-screen but didn't think to tell us about it. That new feature relates to the camera's Portrait mode, and it's pretty great.
We've already shared a few lesser known iOS 12 features and here we have three more, including Apple Music lyrics search, preventing accidental screenshots, and an improved Portrait Lighting mode.
Here's how to remove or turn off in iOS 11 the Portrait Mode Depth Effect from the photo after it has been taken.
Apple is celebrating the Brazil's Carnival festival with a new video focusing on photos taken using the iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode. Check it out right here.
Flickr has announced its annual stats for the year 2016, and not so surprisingly, Apple's iPhone once again tops the list of most popular camera on the photo sharing service.
Apple today shared pro tips for iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode from some of the world's top photographers. The company believes this will help people to take better advantage of the capabilities the iPhone 7 Plus dual-lens camera affords.