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Images Purportedly Show A11 Processor Which Will Power iPhone 8

A pair of blurry images allegedly show the A11 series System on a Chip that will power the soon to debut “iPhone 8” handset.

Images Purportedly Show A11 Processor Which Will Power iPhone 8

Images via Slashleaks

MacRumors:

All iPhone models coming in the fall are expected to use the A11 chip, including the iterative “S” cycle upgrades to Apple’s existing 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones. The processor relies on a new 10-nanometer FinFET manufacturing process introduced by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the sole supplier of the new chip.

TSMC was reported to have been awarded exclusive rights to manufacture the A11 for Apple last year, thanks to its advanced manufacturing techniques.

The A11 is expected to be faster and more power efficient than its predecessors. This should lead to better performance and improved battery life in the upcoming new iPhones.

The “iPhone 8” is expected to debut in September, and is said to feature a glass body with an edge-to-edge OLED display that no longer features a Home Button. A new facial recognition system is rumored to replace or supplement the tried and true Touch ID system for user identification.

Instagram launches new ways to reply with photos and videos in Direct

Instagram on Thursday announced new ways to reply with photos and videos in Direct that the company hopes will help users conduct fun conversation with their friends in a more visually appealing manner, including one feature that permits you to send a split-screen reply.... Read the rest of this post here


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100+ new features in macOS High Sierra

Say hello to macOS High Sierra, Apple’s newest operating system update for Macs. Whether you’re on an iMac or one of the Touch Bar-outfitted MacBook Pro models, there is a lot to love in this latest release of Apple’s desktop operating system.... Read the rest of this post here


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How to remove depth effect from Portrait mode photos

Portraiture photography, which debuted on iPhone 7 Plus in 2016, saw a few pretty major and welcomed improvements in iOS 11 and is now officially out of beta.... Read the rest of this post here


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iOS for Beginner’s: How to Share Photos From Your iPhone or iPad

While most long-time iOS users are more than familiar with how to share photos from your iPhone or iPad Photo Album with others, we must keep in mind that scores of new iPhone and iPad users come on-board every day. This “how to” is for those users.

How to Share Photos From Your iPhone or iPad

It’s easy to share your photos with friends, relatives, or even perfect strangers, here’s how. (These screenshots are from the iOS 11 beta, but the sharing process is similar for other recent versions of iOS.)

iOS for Beginner's: How to Share Photos From Your iPhone or iPad

1.) Open the Photos app on your iOS device, and select the photo you wish to share. Tap to open the photo. (You can also select more than one photo to share, but that is a how to for another day.)

2.) When the photo is displayed, you’ll see the Share icon in the lower left hand of the screen. (It looks like a box with an up arrow sticking out of it.) Tap the icon.

3.) You’ll see all of the options for sharing the photo. You can share a photo via email, text message, AirDrop, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. You’ll also see options to share via other apps, depending on what apps you have installed on your device.

iOS for Beginner's: How to Share Photos From Your iPhone or iPad

4.) Tap any of the icons to share your photo. The corresponding app will open, allowing you to share the photo.

You can also print a photo, send it to an AirPlay device, use it as a wallpaper, assign it to a contact, and much more from the sharing menu. Be sure to explore it to see just what you can do. Experiment, and see how the share menu changes as you add new apps to your device.

For more tips and tricks that can help you make better use of your Mac, iOS device, Apple Watch, or Apple TV, be sure to visit the “How To” section of our website.

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