Saving images


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Saving images

Occasionally, you may come across an image on a web page that you'd like to save on your iPhone or iPod touch. For example, I'm looking at the Science page of the New York Times website and maybe I want to have a copy of this photo on my iPhone. To do so I just hold down on it and after a second several options appear. Now because this image is also a link, meaning that tapping it will take me to the article it's from, I see the options to open, meaning if I want to follow this link to the page that it's linked to, I can tap open or open it in a new page, which again follows the link, but opens a new browser window.

If the image you held down on isn't a link, you won't see these first options. But the one I'm interested in here is Save Image. I'll tap that. What happens is that a copy of the image has now been saved to my photo library on my phone. I'll press the Home button to close Safari and open my photo library and here in my camera roll I fi...

Saving images
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Saving images provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iPhone and iPod touch iOS 6 Essential Training

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Business
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