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Sarah Kingsbury is the web editor of iPhone Life magazine. She has written for savvyvegetarian.com and worked as the associate editor of the Iowa Source for many years.

Tip of the Day: Take Vertical Panoramic Photos

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Panoramic photos are great for capturing an expanded view of a beautiful landscape by moving your iPhone from left to right or right to left as you take the photo in Pano mode. But what about when you want to capture a really tall building like the Eiffel Tower or a sky-scraping landscape feature? Did you know that you can take vertically oriented panoramic photos with your iPhone?



Tip of the Day: Stop Greedy Apps From Gobbling Data

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Have you ever been watching something on Netflix with your iPhone or iPad only to realize the app was using cellular data instead of Wi-Fi? Most of us do not have unlimited data available, so that can be an expensive mistake. To avoid using data when you don't have to, it's a good idea to prevent data-gobbling apps from accessing data as their default setting. You can do this by turning off cellular data for specific apps like video and music streaming apps and changing the frequency with which apps like Mail fetch new data.



Tip of the Day: How to Organize Photos on Your iPhone

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The cameras on our iphones make it easy and convenient to document all the important moments in your life. And all the other moments. Every. Single. Moment. At this point you may have so many random pictures on your iPhone, you can't find any of the actually important ones. If that sounds like you, it's time to organize your photos into albums.



Tip of the Day: Sharing Contact Information

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Do you often find yourself typing phone numbers in when you need to share a contact's phone number or address with another contact? Well, stop it. Don't type the number in. Don't even copy and paste it. You can easily share contact details via text or email directly from the Contacts app:



Tip of the Day: Access the Music App from Control Center

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A lot of iOS users prefer music apps like Pandora or Spotify to Apple's Music app. But sometimes you want to listen to music. Right now. And that's where the native Music app has the advantage. 



Tip of the Day: How to Protect Your iDevice from Your Children

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Hey, Dad! Can I use your iPad?

There are a lot of articles out there on keeping kids safe while while they use mobile devices. But I'm guessing even more parents want to know how to keep their iPhones and iPads safe from their kids! Here are a few tips:



Tip of the Day: Mobile Safari Navigation

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Sometimes you fall down the Internet rabbit hole, where reading one article leads to another until you are many pages from were you want to be. If you've ever found yourself repeatedly tapping the back button when browsing in Safari on your iPhone or iPad or wanting to follow a link without having to leave the page you're currently visiting, this tip is for you.



Tip of the Day: Find Out What Those Emojis Are Called

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Emoji symbols add a touch of whimsy to text messages, notes, and emails. But did you know that they have names besides "the pink flower," the other pink flower," "dead dudes one and two," and "the not-quite-full moon—is it waxing or waning? I can never remember"? The easiest and most hilarious way to find out what the Emojis' official names are is to have your iPhone read them out loud to you.



Tip of the Day: How to Use Your iPhone's Camera Filters

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If you are serious about iPhoneography and like using all kinds of filters, you will probably want to look into getting some high quality photography apps to aid in your image capturing. But if you are a casual iphoneographer who likes to capture the occasional photo of your family and friends, you may be happy with the built-in filters offered by your iPhone or iPad camera.



Vote Now in the iPhone Life Photo Contest: Voting Ends May 12!

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Vote now in the iPhone Life iPhone Photography Contest! The deadline is Monday, May 12th. Click HERE to choose your favorite images. The top 10 photos will be featured in an upcoming issue of iPhone Life magazine.



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