Posted by AppleInsider on July 10, 2018 04:07:16When Apple releases next year’s iPhone, its going to offer an entire suite of new photo-editing apps.
AppleInsiders has spent some time tracking the iPhone 5S and 5C’s photo editing features, and the new features in those devices will be very similar to those in the current crop of iPhone cameras.
In the photo-sorting app, for example, users will be able to search through images in different categories and choose which ones to delete.
If they want to remove a specific photo, they can select that image and swipe down to remove it.
The same can be done with photos in other categories, which will have their photos displayed on the screen with an arrow.
Users can also edit their photos in an app called Photo Editing Pro.
This app is more similar to Adobe’s Photo Editing Suite than it is to Apple’s Photo editing app, which is designed for editing photo content.
It will also be able recognize more than 1,000 photo types, including photos taken with different types of cameras.
For example, when editing a photo of a dog, the app will be sure to pick the dog from the image that’s in the photo’s gallery, so it can pick out the dog in the picture.
Users will be allowed to create a custom filter for their photos.
They can pick filters such as natural color, natural tones, or even a filter that lets the app know which parts of the photo are dark or light.
The filter is then automatically applied to the photo.
Users can then tweak the filters to fit their needs.
The Photos app will also come with a new photo app that lets users create a photo album.
Users will be given the option to use the Photos app as a desktop replacement or a standalone app.
Users should be aware that the next iPhones will be the first iPhones that support Face ID and the first to come out with the new iPhone X, which comes with a built-in facial recognition system.
AppleInsider will be releasing a more in-depth review of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus on Thursday, July 12.
The new iPhones will launch on September 29.