Back in the early days of the internet, your personal computer or Mac was the only thing that was connected to the internet. Things were simple, you have a modem (internal or external), connected to your phone line, dial up the ISP server and you are on. Then comes cable which means your computer is connected to the internet 24/7. Then the cable company gives you a router because there’s multiple computers in a single household.
Screenshots and screen recordings can help record point in time moments on your iPhone, Mac and other Apple devices for record keeping or to share the recordings to someone else. This is a guide to help you to take a screenshot on your iPhone, iPad, Mac and other Apple devices.
macOS: command + shift + 4 or 5 iPhone: press the home and side button together or volume up and side button together iPad: same as iPhone Apple Watch: you must enable screenshot in settings.
The iPhone camera is one of the most capable phone camera ever. It has essentially replaced the compact camera market. Now, more than 3 billion people carrying their cameras everywhere they go because the smartphone is basically the camera.
Everyone takes snapshots with their camera. But with a little more knowledge, practice and insight, one of the best photos will be taken by iPhone. As a photographer’s adage goes, “The best camera is the one you take it with you”.
Your iPhone is one of the most important and personal tools that you have in your possesion. Usually it will contains your photos of all the special events in your life, your personal and business contacts, your schedules, your business plans and notes and in many occasions, it is how you entertain yourself. Keeping a backup copy is important as keeping your personal data.
How to back up your phone Using iCloud The easiest way to backup your iPhone is using iCloud.