In this chapter, we’ll examine the camera and photo library capabilities of the iPhone (and in the case of the iPhone 3GS, its video capabilities). Although a camera may not seem like a useful tool in many professions, the ability to quickly capture visual information (or even evidence in some situations) can often be easier than transcribing written content (such as from a dry-erase board) or writing a description of a person or place. The iPhone’s ability to share snapshots makes it easy to take these photo records and make use of them in any number of different ways. This chapter will also look at the iPhone’s photo library, which can contain any number of high-resolution images synced from your computer that can be used as reference tools or visual aids during meetings or trainings (particularly impromptu meetings).
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