Apple today rolled out an update to its iPhone software that includes a redesigned user interface and revamped editing tools.
The company says the iPhone XS and iPhone XR are the first smartphones to have a redesign since it launched last September, and the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are also getting updates.
The software update comes as Apple has been working on a new iPhone app called “iPhone XS,” a redesigned version of its popular editing tool called iPhoto.
The new software includes improved controls for editing and composing photos, and Apple says it can help create “more fluid, engaging photo editing.”
The new version of the iPhone app includes a new menu for editing photos, including a “layers” section, which allows users to edit multiple layers at once.
The revamped iPhone app also includes an option for editing RAW photos, which can be used to create photos that look much more professional.
The app also adds a new “Photos” section with a few new options, including “Photo by” and “Photo with” options, which lets users select which photos they want to use as the base for their photo edits.
Photos by, which will allow users to choose a photo to use for their editing, will allow the user to select a single photo and then edit that photo as a base for the editing.
Other new options include a new camera feature that lets users adjust the size of the photos they create, and a new settings panel that lets you set up a new photo that can be edited by an Apple-provided template.
The iPhone Xs and XR, released last September , are the most recent versions of the phones software.