The Camera app makes it easy to take advantage of the advanced cameras in your iOS device. With just a swipe, you can switch between modes like panorama, time-lapse, and slo-mo. And on iPhone 6s and the new iPhone SE, you can take a Live Photo, turning moments into unforgettable memories. Adjust focus and exposure while you shoot, and change the look of your shots with creative filters and effects.
With the Photos app and iCloud Photo Library, every photo you take will now be available on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, on iCloud.com, and downloaded to your PC, ready to edit and share. And you can search for your favorite photos by time, location, and album, or browse by Collections and Moments — smart groupings of your photos and videos based on time and place.
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When it comes to your music, this is home base. With an Apple Music membership, you get access to the always-growing Apple Music library. Add that to all the music you’ve collected from the iTunes Store and it’s like having nearly every song ever recorded ready to play, all in one place.
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Messages lets you send any kind of message, any way you want to send it. Tap to add your voice to a conversation. Send a video of what you’re seeing the moment you’re seeing it. Manage your group conversations by naming them, adding and removing contacts, muting them, or leaving them altogether.
With a tap, you can make video calls or audio-only calls from your iPhone or iPad to someone else’s. Or make calls from your Mac to anyone on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or another Mac. And you can do it over Wi-Fi or cellular networks. So you can be there, even when you’re not there.1
Siri is your personal assistant, letting you use your voice to send messages, search the web, get guidance on public transportation, and more. You can even ask Siri to search your photo library to find just the photo or video you’re looking for. And Siri works with HomeKit — so you can control products in your home, too.2
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Wallet is the convenient place to keep things like your boarding passes, event tickets, and coupons, as well as all the cards you use with Apple Pay, including credit and debit cards. And soon you’ll be able to use store credit cards and reward cards with Apple Pay too.
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Apple-designed from the ground up (and the sky down), this built-in app shows you incredible detail — even on full zoom. Maps keeps street names where they belong and keeps you heading in the right direction with spoken turn-by-turn navigation and real-time traffic updates. Now you can even navigate public transportation with the new Transit view.3
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News collects stories from top sources just for you, all in one place. And the more you read, the more tailored to your interests your articles become. And publishers can create unique pieces complete with interactive galleries, videos, and animation — so it’s always a beautiful reading experience.
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Health lets your activity tracker, heart rate monitor, and other health and fitness apps talk to each other. Which means they can work even harder for you. And all the information is accessible in one easy-to-read dashboard.4
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Safari puts the focus where it should be: the web. When you open a web page, the address and navigation bars move out of the way until you need them. Bookmarks are easy to add and edit, and features like Reading List, Shared Links, and iCloud Tabs let you get to the content you need when you need it.5
With powerful new features, Mail helps you stay in touch with people in more engaging ways — all from your iOS device. Use the Markup feature to add drawings, comments, or a signature to photos and documents. And easily attach files right from your iCloud Drive.
Now more than just text, the redesigned Notes app lets you include photos, maps, web links, and checklists — even sketches you can draw with the tip of your finger. And with iCloud, you can share your notes across all your devices, so you can easily access them no matter which device you’re using.
Keep track of your busy schedule and share it with others using Calendar. Create separate calendars — one for home, another for school, a third for work, and so on. See all your calendars in a single window or choose to see only the calendars you want. Calendar works with iCloud, Yahoo, Google, and more. So every change you make on one device appears on all the others.
Download and read everything from classics to the latest page-turners. Add bookmarks and notes. Adjust the font size and background color for easier reading. Give your eyes a break with Audiobooks. And with iCloud, you can start reading a book on your iPhone and continue on your iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.
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