Apple found the striking images online and chose to feature them in the campaign for the i Phone 6.
This image by Brendan Ó in Copenhagen, Denmark shows how taking a picture from an unexpected angle can add an interesting twist.
'The exaggerated scale of a shadow, like the one cast by the tree, can add an element of interest to a stark landscape,' Apple says Each photograph is accompanied by a caption on the online gallery, which says where it was taken, whether an app was used to improve the shot and a tip about why it is a good photo, which amateurs could use to boost their photographic prowess.
By tapping the status bar at the top of your screen, you’ll by whisked straight back up to the top.
This nice tip can turn annoying quite easily, though. The latest version of Instapaper lets you return to where you were if you didn’t mean to tap the status bar. Ever wonder how software reviewers take pictures of the apps without screen glare? Just press the Home and Sleep buttons at the same time.
Maybe you haven’t checked your tweets for a few hours or you’ve just read a lengthy article.
In many cases, you’ll want to scroll back to the top of the page.