Have you taken a beautiful snapshot of your family that won’t fit in your background now? It seems as if your iPhone automatically zooms your picture in so every face can’t fit in the frame and even when trying the ‘move and scale’ option the picture just pops right back out again to the same size? What’s the point of the move and scale???!!!
Your camera is taking pictures at a higher resolution than your background can handle, and the new “Parallax effect” that Apple is using to make your photo ‘move’ as you tilt it is the problem. The parallax effect needs the extra buffer of the picture edges to make that photo move as you twist, twirl and tilt your iPhone.
If you don’t care about this effect, you just want the photo to look nice on your background, just do the following:
1) Go to Settings –> General –> Accessibility and turn Reduce Motion to “ON”
Now you can snap all your photos and have them fit into your background like they did in iOS6.
It’s iPad Mini….off the top ropes….
Ok, ok, it was really only off the top of the car as they backed away.
Only 53 minutes and it was ready to wrestle again…
We had a pair of Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern workers drop this one off today:
And after 57 minutes in “The Lab” (and a requested black screen):
This iPad Mini was quoted as “Mmmmmm…..OopsRepair goooooood!”
Mike Wazowski paid me a visit this week!
“I’m watching you Wazowski. Always watching.“
Click on the picture below and see if you can you spot the 3 differences in this iPhone 4S:
“Here doggie, doggie, doggie.”
“He bit me!”
…Or was that a glass shard in my iPhone 4S?
I’ll let you decide…
“Bad dog…errr, I mean…bad iPhone!”
Trying to figure out how to close down an app in iOS7? It’s simple and easy:
1) Double Click your Home Button
2) Place one finger on the “card” of the app you want to close (not on the icon)
3) Swipe your finger up to the top of the screen
That’s all there is to it. Hope you’re all enjoying the new multitasking controls and other new iOS 7 features.