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Apple made the camera adapter for photo-transfer purposes. It brings nothing else. There is no difference in terms of charging if you use the -normal- lightning to USB adapter. So yeah, go with the charger cable.
I would say no for two reasons, The flash on an iPhone is an LED which unlike old camera flashes doesn't mind running for extended periods of time. Flashlight use isn't limited by iOS. If the letting the flash run for a while would break the phone apple wouldn't allow you to do so or at the very least set a timer to turn it off after so long. The only ...
The easiest way to do this is a program called "ImageSnap". You can take iSight photo's by typing the command imagesnap into terminal. All commands: USAGE: imagesnap [options] [filename] Version: 0.2.5 Captures an image from a video device and saves it in a file. If no device is specified, the system default will be used. If no filename is specfied, ...
The only way to solve this problem is to completely backup all the data of phone from iTunes and 3rd party software's such as "Syncios" etc. You may use Cloud storage to save all your photos to them but not to iCloud. Now you would need to restore the phone from iTunes so that every file get refreshed. This will finish all the data now by turning on cloud ...
Assuming you have IOS 8.x... Go to Photos -> Albums -> recently deleted. Tap on Select (upper right) then "Delete All" lower left. That should do it. My experience is that the space used will take a while to update to reflect the removed images.
There is no native solution for what you want. But to answer your problem of automatically sharing pictures to icloud, you can disable the feature of sharing automatically. Settings -> icloud -> photos -> turn off photo sharing This may not be a complete solution, but can reduce the risk of sharing everything. Hope it helps.
You can just disable access to any functions from the lock screen by going to "Settings" > "Control Center" and then turn off access from lock screen.
I am 100% certain that the iPhone 6 plus does not have OIS for video, just for photos. It states in Apple's keynote and on their website that this capabilities for photos and not for video. Apple uses Cinematic Video Stabilization which is software for stabilizing video. But this is what really ticks me off. Every single review on the Internet and every ...
Is the phone jailbroken? If so, try running it not jailbroken for a while to see if the problem reoccurs. Other than that, try an OS restore - just make sure you do a backup first.
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