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With the arrival of the Series 4 Apple Watch, and its larger display, viewing photos on your wrist is a lot more interesting. You can sync photos from your iPhone to your watch; you can view them and show them to others using your wrist computer; and you can use them to create personalized watch faces. In this article, I'm going to tell you everything you can do with photos and the Apple Watch.
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Most Apple Watch owners already know that you can bounce between different watch faces by flicking your finger across its screen. You can display a single photo for your wallpaper or a collection of photos that change each time you tap your watch or raise your wrist, and this customization works on any Apple Watch—from the old-school original to the Series 4. First, make sure to transfer the photos you want as a background from your iPhone to your watch.
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A tab bar appears at the bottom of an app screen and provides the ability to quickly switch between different sections of an app. Tab bars are translucent, may have a background tint, maintain the same height in all screen orientations, and are hidden when a keyboard is displayed. A tab bar may contain any number of tabs, but the number of visible tabs varies based on the device size and orientation.
When Daphne LaSalle was a 9-year-old, she told her parents that when she grew up she wanted to be a supermodel and a Supreme Court Justice. Now she's halfway there. LaSalle, a third year Law Center student and Louisiana native, is the current spokesperson and model for the Apple Bottoms clothing line.
Read on and prepare to be impressed! Photos sports some seriously advanced image editing controls in its Adjustments panel, the most powerful of which is Levels. For example, you can control brightness levels in just the darkest shadows, just the midtones, just the lightest highlights, in the tones that fall between shadows and midtones, and in the tones that fall between midtones and highlights and you can control which tones are affect by the latter two using the sliders perched at the top of the histogram.