In early 2017, a petrifying rumor began to drift and spread around the internet. An iPhone software update was coming, and the revolutionaries at Apple had decided to add a new feature. It is expected, the iOS device would register every Screenshots that is taken out of a text conversation and notify the other participants about the same.
Apple users imagined total chaos, or the necessity of owning two phones at a time; one for daily use and one for photographing the other phone instead of taking Screenshots. Others promised never to their texts. iOS 11 will have alerts, so anyone can pull in honestly and care less about these things if anyone gets a notification. The feature never emerged. However,themselves are very realistic and sometimes equally terrifying. It is a fact that every person lives with but force themselves to forget to keep on texting and posting and chatting and Screenshots in privacy and peace.
The first such camera ever was a Polaroid from 1959. According to Frances Corry, who is a doctoral candidate in communication at the University of Southern California, recently published an academic paper on the social functions of, it was a picture of a star girl.The modern idea of a emerged after cameras and phones merged. One’s daily life began to move online as mobile photography became pervasive and self-documentation became impulsive. Early social media was filled up with Screenshots taken on computers, and formerly the feature from the phone was added to the iPhone in 2008.