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No. There is no way to share the ones you created manually on your iOS device, and you can't import them. I don't think they are even synced across devices.
Use the AE/AF Lock. Tap and hold on the place you wish to focus on. That should stop the camera from refocusing when your hand moves.
Welcome to Ask Different. It sounds like you two are using the same iCloud account. Go to Settings -> iCloud and look at the email address listed at the top. If you are both signed in to the same account, you will see each others' photos. This also poses a problem for iMessage. If you two are using the same account, one of you needs to create a separate ...
The language capabilities of an iPhone are listed in its tech specs. They are the same for all current models. See for example http://www.apple.com/iphone-6/specs/ There is not yet any Persian/Farsi user interface or keyboard, but webpages and emails and messages in this language should be displayed without problem. Keyboards are available via 3rd party ...
No, When a a user blocks a number on an iPhone and someone else with an iPhone sends a message, it appears delivered. There is no way for someone to know they were indeed blocked. Maybe the phone is off. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/mobile-phone/have-i-been-blocked-in-ios-7-who-blocked-me-ios-8-iphone-ios-9-3476005/
For the laptop, move your photos to a separate folder, desktop for easily finding it, then delete them from iCloud. On your phone, just upload the photos to your laptop and delete them from the phone, then turn off photos in iCloud.
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