WWDC 2013: Apple Updates the Camera and iPhoto in iOS 7

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Apple has just announced a couple of new updates to the iPhone camera and iPhoto in iOS 7 at WWDC. The new mobile OS system gives users new options with the camera. You’ll have the normal camera, video, panoramic camera and square photos–and you can choose which one you want to use just by swiping. Plus you can add loads of filters–they’re almost Instagram-like.

There is also new additions to iPhoto with one of the biggest being iPhone Moments. This helps to group all your images into specific areas based on GPS locations and times when they were shot. The user can then easily scan over the images and see which ones they want to specifically find.

Sharing is also new in iCloud which has basically a news feed along with commenting and all. Screenshots from the WWDC 2013 keynote are after the jump. We’ll update the story with more information when it becomes available to us.

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