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This tutorial will teach you how to use a smartphone’s camera, such as the iPhone, to take photos that will look great and ready to be edited and shared with friends and relatives.

Learn how to use the iPhone 8 camera to create stunning photos for your next holiday, birthday, vacations and more.

Introducing the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus smartphones, and we’re all excited to see what kind of photos they can take. But what if you want to take the perfect selfie? Or maybe you want to show off your new super, wide-angle, fisheye lens? Or maybe you just want to make a quality photo of your cat asleep on your bed.

Today, I’ll be showing you how to use the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus’s 12MP camera and portrait mode to make beautiful images and selfies on your iPhone.

This tutorial also works great with the iPad Pro, but for most people, the iPhone 8 is a much easier to use camera. You’ll also get the same results on any iPad using the “Replace iPhone” feature and other apps like Canvas/CACanvas.

Step 1: Set Up Your Camera

Before you start taking photos, you need to plug in the camera to your computer using a standard USB charging cable. Remember to turn off the camera when you’re not using it and take it out of the case if you’re working with the iPhone 8 on your desk.

You can also plug the iPhone into a computer using a USB-C cable. Many computer users may already have one of these cables lying around from a previous iPhone purchase, especially if it came with a MacBook. But we’ll go over the options in step 3.

A free downloadable driver for Mac and Windows computers is available in the Apple App Store. When you open it, find “Apple TV” and select “Inputs”. If you own an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, you may need to turn on its mirroring feature before you can use the camera on a computer.

To use your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus’s camera, you also need to get the iOS 12.3 update for it. You may already have it on your phone if you have downloaded the update for other reasons. If you have an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, you can simply update to iOS 12.3 on

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T’s. Whether the boy’s answer is true or not, we don’t know. I suspect the patient does. No such condition has ever been documented, to my knowledge, and there are no guides for how to proceed.

A few weeks ago, my great-nephew, who is now a sophomore at the University of Michigan, struggled through the SATs. His grades and extracurriculars reflect his academic and musical successes, but his scores on the tests weren’t anything to brag about. They were bad. Very bad. Among other things, he got four of the five math questions wrong. He can, in fact, do the math.

I would not be surprised if he does not go on to pursue a physics or engineering career. My great-nephew is a natural-born tinkerer. He gets bored easily and loves to tinker and play with things. You can hear in his voice that he is fascinated with the stuff of the world. He is also a born explorer. He does not build models and rockets—he builds forts and castles out of papier mâché. But he does have a copy of the Sears, Roebuck and Co. catalog from 1934. It is a treasure trove of ideas and projects to be built. My brother, who went to school with my cousin, remembers about 20 years ago, when he stayed for a visit and my great-nephew built a working telescope. We tried it out and it worked very well.

I hope the astronomer is proud of him. And I hope he finds the SAT scores stifling and makes an attempt to engage in another pursuit.

If you’re a parent of a child like my great-nephew, you may resent being told you’re the architect of your child’s failure. You may, in fact, feel guilty. You didn’t want to compete against your child in tests. And of course, this just reinforces a feeling that the rest of us have but rarely express: that grades serve to communicate to ourselves and our kids just how valuable we think we are.

My own scores are not terrible, and I have no problem with them. I think I knew that as a teenager, but I had only the sense that my grades had something to do with the tests themselves—not with my own judgment. Then, in my early 20s, after a very long string of terrible grades, I began to understand that it is not how good

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Where should I store my settings?

I am developing a Windows Phone 8 application and I want to store several settings (each of them is a type of value). I know there are several options such as settings file, isolated storage, sqlite, etc. What is the best approach to perform the store and retrieve of the settings?


A Settings file is probably the easiest approach but that’s also the least secure approach.
Sqlite works well but is very heavyweight for just a couple of settings.
Isolated storage works well if you need to store lots of settings – but it’s not very secure or straightforward to use.

With that said, if you’re looking for a generic approach – just have a ‘Settings’ class that you add to your application.
You can then add values to that, these values will be contained in your application’s settings for your app

So then in your Settings class you have something like
class Settings
public string Settings1 {get;set;}

Then in your app you can add, say:
Settings settings = new Settings();
settings.Settings1 = “Hello World!”;

Then in your app code you can just access those settings later as so:


Check out the Settings.settings file in the ApplicationData.current.LocalFolder.
(And see Setting.settings on MSDN.)
It is a Microsoft.Phone specific file.
If you don’t do it like this you have to write your own serialization mechanism.


If your settings are in an application and not phone settings, you should use the Settings.settings file in your application’s LocalFolder. To read values from a settings file created this way, simply retrieve your settings value using the LoadFromStorage() method.
Refer to the documentation here.

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Rebel Media said it would spend the next six months reporting at the border to debunk the Canadian prime minister’s “male supremacy and gender agenda”.

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iPhone: iPhone 3G (iOS 3.1.3), iPhone 3GS (iOS 4.0), iPhone 4 (iOS 4.2), iPhone 4S (iOS 5.0) and iPhone 5 (iOS 5.1)
iPad: iPad 2 (iOS 4.2), iPad 3 (iOS 5.1)
iPod touch: iPod touch 3G (iOS 3.1.3), iPod touch 4G (iOS 4.3), iPod touch 5G (iOS 5.0)
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