Posts Tagged ‘photo’

postheadericon Nude celebrity photo hacker sentenced to 18 months in prison

At least 50 celebrity Apple iCloud accounts and 72 Gmail inboxes were broken into by 36-year old Ryan Collins, whose victims included Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, Avril Lavigne, Kate Hudson, and Rihanna.

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postheadericon Biometrics – can your fingerprint be ‘copied’ from a normal photo?

Fingerprint biometrics are entering the mainstream as a security measure, with both Apple and Samsung relying on readers to secure their flagship phones – but biometrics may not be as secure as many believe.

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postheadericon Print a photo.

To print a single photo to an AirPrint enabled printer, tap , then tap Print. To print multiple photos while viewing a photo album, tap Select, and tap to select the photos you want to print. Tap , then tap Print. More: AirPrint Basics
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postheadericon Share a photo, video, or other item using AirDrop.

To share an item using AirDrop, tap Share or , then tap the name of the person you want to share with in the AirDrop panel. They’ll need to turn on AirDrop, and you must be within approximately 30 feet of the other iOS 7 device.
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postheadericon Create a shared photo stream.

While viewing a photo or video, or when you’ve selected multiple photos or videos, tap  and tap iCloud. Tap Stream, then tap New Shared Stream. Name the new stream and tap Next to add people you want to invite. When you’re finished, tap Next, then tap Post. Note: iCloud Photo Sharing works over both Wi-Fi and cellular networks. Cellular data charges may apply. More: iCloud Photo Sharing
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postheadericon Delete a shared Photo Stream.

In Photos, tap Shared, then tap Edit. Tap next to the photo stream you’d like to delete and then tap Delete.   The shared photo stream will be deleted from your device and the devices of subscribers.
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postheadericon Send a photo or video in Messages.

To send a photo or video using Messages, tap  and select the photo or video you’d like to include. Tap  again to add another photo or video. Tap Send.
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postheadericon Save a photo or video you received in Messages.

To save a photo or video you received in Messages, tap the photo or video to open it fully. Tap . Then tap Save Image to save it to your Camera Roll. Tap to see more of the images you’ve exchanged with someone in a conversation.
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postheadericon Manage photo albums.

To manage your photo albums, tap Albums, swipe right to view the list of albums, and tap Edit.  To rename an album, tap the album name and enter a new one To rearrange albums, tap and drag the album where you want it To delete an album, tap , then tap Delete  Note: You can’t delete your Camera Roll or, if enabled, Photo Stream.
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