I’m really enjoying the new panorama mode built into iOS 6 on the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5. It’s amazing that it works so well, and it’s even more amazing how creative one can be with it. It’s fun, has a clear and practical purpose, and is easy to use.
The other day I was fiddling around with the feature and discovered that the user can determine the direction of the pan. Just tap on the white arrow, and you can now pan from right to left instead of the default left to right. Tap the white arrow again, to return to the default. This of course, gives users more flexibility in capturing panoramas.
To me, this is what sets Apple apart- the small details. Individually, they do not make a huge difference, but put together, you have a carefully crafted product.
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