Using Slow Motion Video on the iPhone 5s

Slow motion video capability has been touted as one of the key features of the iPhone 5s camera. Apple has designed the new video mode to take advantage of the latest iPhone hardware and iSight camera. Recording and editing slow motion with iOS 7 results in quarter speed video highlights, thanks to 120 frame per second recording.

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Using slow motion is even possible on the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c, albeit with only 60 frames per second recording for half speed video. This is thanks to the iOS 7 jailbreak tweak Slo-mo Mod available on Cydia for free. So how can iPhone users record slow motion video in the iOS 7 Camera app?

How to Fix Notification Center Weather After Jailbreaking iOS 7

In some cases Notification Center stops working properly after jailbreaking iOS 7 with evasi0n. Items in the Today view might disappear, including the current weather which normally appears when Notification Center is displayed. The good news is there's an easy fix to correct the problem.

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If you've noticed the Today tab in Notification Center is blank, follow these steps to bring weather back after jailbreaking. First, make sure the Notification Center settings are configured properly to display the weather widget. If current weather information is still missing after checking these settings, perform the fix on your jailbroken device.

All About Using Filters in the iOS 7 Camera App

Third party apps such as Instagram are no longer the only way to get a hip, retro filter look on the iPhone camera. For those with iOS 7 and the iPhone 5 or later, eight filters are built right into the stock Camera app. These are titled Mono, Tonal, Noir, Fade, Chrome, Process, Transfer and Instant.

iOS 7 camera filters guide

Each filter can be used with normal, flash, or HDR iPhone photos from the Camera Roll. To apply a filter to an existing image, start by opening the Photos app and viewing the photo you wish to change. Tap Edit in the upper right corner of the display. From the Edit Photo screen tap the center icon at the bottom that has three circles.

How to Let Others Share Photos on Your Photo Stream with iOS 7

Before iOS 7 users could only share photos with friends and family on their photo stream, but now you can give anyone you trust access to add their own photos to your albums. First you need to make sure the person you want to share photos with is listed in your Contacts and that they are set up to share photos. They can do this by navigating to Settings > Photos & Camera and turning on the Photo Sharing option. They will also need to have iCloud enabled to receive your invite to share photos on your stream.

iOS 7 Photo Stream

You can create a new shared photo stream by opening the Photos app on your Home screen and tapping the blue Shared button at the bottom of the screen. Then tap the blue + at the top of the screen and enter the name of your new stream. Once your stream has a name, tap Next and add the names of the people you want to share images and video with. Finally tap Create and the stream will be sent to the friends and family who you have added.

Add and Delete Calendars on the iPhone with iOS 7

The iPhone makes it possible to independently maintain several different calendars for separate event categories, such as work or home. Calendars can easily be added or deleted to accommodate individual needs and help stay organized each day, week or month. Every time a new event or appointment is added to the calendar, iOS 7 will provide the option to assign this event to a particular calendar.

iOS 7 calendar edit

To begin customizing the iPhone calendars, enter the Calendar app and tap Calendars at the bottom of the screen. The list of existing calendars and color codes will appear. To add a calendar tap Edit at the top left of the screen.


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