Your iPhone is an audio wonder, handling both calls and music, but it’s also a visual delight. And no, I’m not referring to its lustrous design. I’m talking pictures—both those you take and those you view—as well as the moving pictures streamed from the free Web-based video sharing service YouTube.
The grumps among us might grouse that these features are some of the iPhone’s least necessary—after all, few of us absolutely require a phone that can display gorgeous slideshows or stream videos of piano-playing cats—but they are certainly among its most enjoyable.
In this chapter, I turn to the visual: the iPhone’s photo, camera, and YouTube capabilities.
Tapping Photos on the iPhone’s Home ...