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The Simple IPhone 12 Pro Max Photography User Guide For Seniors - Your Guide For Smartphone Photography For Taking Pictures Like A Pro Even For The Elderly And Retire - cover

The Simple IPhone 12 Pro Max Photography User Guide For Seniors - Your Guide For Smartphone Photography For Taking Pictures Like A Pro Even For The Elderly And Retire

Wendy Hills

Publisher: Tektime

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Summary

In this guide, you will learn how to set up and master many of the essential features of the new iPhone 12 Pro Max, including basic and advanced tips that you may not be aware of. You will also learn some new tricks that will help you navigate the latest operating system, iOS 14 of the iPhone 12 Pro Max interface so that you can become like a pro in no time.

 
★★★ iPhone 12 Pro Max is great for those who know how to use it! ★★★

 
There is no doubt as to if the iPhone is the best phone in the market. Having such a powerful device can allow you to take great photos and do just about anything. But if you have never used it before or you find it intimidating of you simply want to learn how to get more out, then this book will help!

 
If you want to learn how to use the phone, take pictures with its camera, use Facetime with the grandkids, and create cute Animoji’s, then this guide is designed for you!

 
In this guide, you will learn how to set up and master many of the essential features of the new iPhone 12 Pro Max, including basic and advanced tips that you may not be aware of. You will also learn some new tricks that will help you navigate the latest operating system, iOS 14 of the iPhone 12 Pro Max interface so that you can become like a pro in no time.

 
This guide is ideal for both beginners and experts.

 
Some of the included topics:

How to use Picture in Picture for movies and TV showsTaking, editing, organizing, and sharing photosCreating Animoji'sHow to take Burst PicturesHow to take Night PhotosChange Image Detail and Aspect RatioSet Dark Mode to Turn On and Off AutomaticallyMagnify the iPhone screen with Display ZoomHow to Use Picture in Picture ModeTake Live Photos during FaceTime CallsHow to Record 4K SelfieHow to Rotate or Straighten VideosSet up Live Photo as Wallpaper for Lock ScreenAnd much, much more!

 
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