Apple World Today Video Tip: Correcting iPhone and iPad Photo Orientation

Apple World Today Video Tip: Correcting iPhone and iPad Photo Orientation

Despite your best efforts, sometimes your iPhone or iPad photos may come out upside down or oriented 90° from vertical. While that makes your photos worthless for posting on social media, fortunately the problem is easy to fix.

In today's Apple World Today Video Tip, we show you how to use the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad to rotate those images back to something that looks a lot better.

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DearMob iPhone Manager: The Best Way to Manage iPhone Photos and Data On Your Mac

DearMob iPhone Manager: The Best Way to Manage iPhone Photos and Data On Your Mac

Managing photos and data from your iPhone on a Mac or Windows computer just got a lot easier with DearMob iPhone Manager. If you’ve ever struggled with iTunes to transfer videos and photo to your Mac, back up iPhone data, do two-way transfers of information, and more, we have a solution. 

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A Sprocket in your pocket: Hands-on with HP's tiny photo printer

A Sprocket in your pocket: Hands-on with HP's tiny photo printer

Back when I was growing up in the 60s and 70s, taking selfies wasn't done with an iPhone. Instead, we usually had at least one friend who owned a Polaroid camera -- usually the Polaroid Swinger that was popular with teens. There's something really engaging about having a hands-on printed picture that you can keep or give to someone, and that's the idea behind the $129.99 HP Sprocket Portable Photo Printer (affiliate link).

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AWT News Update: September 21, 2016

AWT News Update: September 21, 2016

Today we take a quick look at a nifty new high-tech jacket from SCOTTeVEST, but most of the 6 minutes or so of this podcast is spent talking about what Steve thinks are some of the marquee features of macOS Sierra. If you haven't yet installed the latest version of the Mac operating system, you're in for a very nice surprise!

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AWT News Update: September 16, 2016

AWT News Update: September 16, 2016

Steve's not happy that his iPhone 7 Plus didn't arrive on its scheduled date, but at least he didn't get caught up in the typhoon that delayed shipment. We have some good news stories for you, though:

  • Tests of the new Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones are showing that the Apple W1 chip inside the headphones can provide ranges of up to 800 feet away from an iPhone
  • Did you know that you can now ask Siri to take a picture?
  • We tell you how to reboot an iPhone 7 (hint - the old method doesn't work anymore)
  • Apple will pay a patent licensing firm at least $22.1 million for infringing on a cellular networking patent
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Unfade: A photo scanning app from the makers of Scanbot and an Apple World Today Top Pick of 2016

Unfade: A photo scanning app from the makers of Scanbot and an Apple World Today Top Pick of 2016

My go-to app for making my world paper-free is Scanbot (free with in-app purchases). Every bill, statement, or document that comes into my house gets an immediate Scanbot scan, then is stored locally and in the cloud for future reference. Today the same company that developed Scanbot -- doo GmbH -- released a new app called Unfade ($4.99) that makes scanning, touchup and storage of old photographs as easy as scanning paper documents with Scanbot.

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