iPhone 7+ portraits, night photography, Fake News, Pages popular, smart TVs stealing info


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Apple posts new iPhone 7 Plus commercials to highlight portrait camera — Apple has two new commercials out promoting iPhone 7 Plus’s Portrait camera. That’s the two-lens camera unique to iPhone 7 Plus that allows photographs to have a shallow depth of field (meaning a blurry background and sharp foreground). The pieces explain in very simple terms what Portrait mode on iPhone 7 Plus does for a photo.

iPhone night photography tips — Whether you want to shoot the stars or capture the mysterious, romantic, or magical feeling of a scene at night, there are tricks to the trade. Taking great pictures at night requires skill, accessories, and the right settings. That’s not always easy to do with the stock Camera app, so here are some tips to improve your iPhone night photography.

Apple working to combat fake news in News app, Eddy Cue says — Apple’s internet service chief Eddy Cue in an interview Monday night said the tech sector has a responsibility to protect consumers from the recent scourge of fake news, revealing Apple is working on backend solutions to the problem.

Pages, Numbers, Keynote among 10 most popular mobile business apps — The use of mobile apps for business is heating up with nearly 80% of companies using more than 10 apps for business, according to MobileIron, a company “founded on the idea that mobile apps and data would become fundamental to mobilizing business workflows.” And Apple’s apps are doing well. The ten top apps are Webex, AnyConnect, Concur, Adobe Acrobat, Pulse Secure, Keynote, Numbers, Pages, Google Maps and Word.

Smart TV surveillance — At least one TV maker has been collecting and selling your viewing habits. Secret assaults on our systems are cloaked in deception. Here’s how to stop surveillance by smart TVs from Vizio, Samsung, and LG to protect your privacy.

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