Apple is one of the top names in the tech section of the Google News. And rightfully so with the release of the new iPhone 6 and its bigger counterpart, the iPhone 6 Plus. Plus, more new Apple phones mean more excitement.
In fact, according to surveys from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) and UBS, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are selling better than any other new iPhone model before it. And this is just after the first 30 days of the handset's arrival into the market.
As you may know, the new iPhone 6 camera is an evolved piece of unit compared to its predecessors. And like every year, Apple has made sure to upgrade the handset camera that will showcase better overall features than its predecessors. And here's a look at the best 5 camera tips and tricks for the new iPhone 6.
Group Shots Made Better with Time Mode
Apple has upgraded the new handset's front camera is such a way that taking groupies will be a new kind of experience. You just need to coordinate properly with your friends on this one and will notice that the camera will fire off a burst when the countdown timer reaches zero. This allows you to select the best photos from the lot and choose the one that's perfect.
Select the Best Images
In case you haven't noticed, you will see a heart icon every time you preview an image at the bottom of the screen. On tapping the icon, your best images will be collected together in an album that's rightfully called favorites. Tap the heart icon again to delete any image you don't think fits the bill.
Finding Photos Quickly
There's a new search function that allows you to filter images according to the places. This means you can jump into images taken nearby or at specific locations. This will be even helpful as your iPhone will automatically do it for you. Just enable the location services for that. Go to settings -- privacy -- location services.
Set Exposure Manually
There's the new manual exposure control option in the handset's camera so that you don't need to worry every time you click photo of something that's overtly dark or bright. You will just need to tap the area on the photo that you want to be the main subject. Also it will base the exposure on that. You could even use the slider to make adjustments by dragging your finger up and down the screen.
Sure there're the filters icon in the bottom of the screen that you will get every time you are shooting an image, but you could even use them after you have clicked the photo. While in the preview screen, simply press edit. You could also tap the same filters icon on the bottom of the screen to choose from different filter options.