Among the many new features introduced with iOS 11 is the ability to record your iPhone or iPad's screen, surely a welcome addition for gamers who want to share strategies (or boast of their accomplishments) and for iOS tutorial writers, including yours truly. While you could always do this using QuickTime on a Mac or with a jailbreak app, the Screen Recording feature makes it a lot less complicated. Here's a brief example:
After finishing your video in Clips you may decide that one frame fits better elsewhere in the project, or that a frame lasts too long or is too short. Clips allows you to move frames within a project and it lets you lengthen and shorten each frame. Here's how edit your project before sharing it:
Apple's Clips, the company's new social media app for iPhone and iPad that focuses on video sharing, has many of the same tools you would expect from similar apps. Like Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook Messenger, Clips lets you augment your videos with a variety of filters and effects. Once you have created a project, you can apply them. Here's how to do it:
When Apple's TV app was announced it promised to unify the viewing experience for streaming content across the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. Not only does TV make it possible to pick up a show exactly where you left off, but the app brings content from a variety of different apps and sources into a central place. Notably absent from TV at launch was Netflix, however this has all changed.
Hulu subscribers may have already noticed a big upgrade to their iPhone and iPad apps. The latest update has brought individual user profiles, making it easier to separate preferences for the whole family. Apple device owners will soon enjoy another added feature: downloadable content for offline viewing. The move comes hot on the heels of competitor Netflix, which has already implemented the feature for certain licensed movies and shows.