Apple has added a new iOS 10 photo app to the app store, bringing a few new features and some familiar ones, like the ability to use your iPhone as a photo camera.
Apple says the new Photos app is optimized for iPad users, and it has a clean interface and “the best interface we’ve seen from an iOS photo app for a long time.”
The new app will work on any iPad running iOS 10.
It’s the first major update to Photos for iOS, and Apple is offering some improvements to the photo editing options as well.
It’s worth noting that the Photos app was previously available only for iPhone users, which means you’ll have to manually edit photos with the iPhone’s camera.
That’s not something we’ve encountered with other photo editing apps on iOS.
Apple also says the app has a new “Photo Editor” feature, allowing you to edit photos to create more detailed images.
It can be set to edit the photo as a whole or just select individual photos.
The photo editor has a “filter,” which can include a layer mask or layer opacity.
This allows you to adjust the amount of blur in a photo, and the app will even show you what’s on your iPhone screen when you’re in the photo editor.
Apple has also updated the photo album feature, which lets you add photos to your photos library, which you can access by tapping the “Add Photos” button.
There are currently two ways to add photos: using the app’s iOS 10-enabled iCloud Photo Library, and by using an iPhone app that can create an iPhone Photo Library.
The new Photos apps on the Apple App Store and iTunes are available for free, but you’ll need to be signed in with an Apple ID.
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