Jan Golden's blog
The camera in your iPhone is so good, that you’re probably getting good results without much effort. However, with just a little extra effort and know-how, you can get amazing results.
One of my favorite photography apps is Camera+, which you use instead of your iPhone camera when you’re taking pictures. It leverages the hardware features of your camera and also saves to your photos app, so your photos are all in one place.
Spring is a great time of the year to take iPhone photos—especially if flower photography happens to be your favorite type of photography!
During this transition between winter and summer, it’s easy to spot the first crocus, tulips, and daffodils popping out of the ground.
But when you look a little closer, it’s the subtle growth in the brown and faded winter landscape that is really exciting. Vegetation peeks up through the soil, trees begin to bud, and a fresh blanket of snow brings a fresh perspective.
Remember when you had to go to the Apple store to buy an iPhone? Or when AT&T became the first cellular provider of the iPhone and if you were a Verizon customer (like me), you had to wait for the iPhone to come to Verizon?
Over the years Apple has made the iPhone available through several retailers that serve as ‘Authorized Apple Resellers’. This is why you see Apple products for sale at Best Buy, Walmart, Target, and many other retailers, including my favorite, Costco.
We’ve all experienced that moment of panic when we lose our iPhone. The first reaction is to call your phone. If you fail to hear it ringing, all kinds of thoughts come to mind.
Is my information safe? Did I turn on find my iPhone? When was my last backup?
On your Apple devices, if you’ve set up iCloud, you can locate your lost devices by using the Find My iPhone app.
Since the release of iOS7 in September of 2013, Apple has made it impossible for a thief to reset or reformat your device without your iCloud username and password.