What it means and how to do it in iOS 15: Cross-app drag and drop
Apple improved its drag and drop capability with the release of iOS 15. You now have the ability to switch between apps to easily drag images, text, documents, and documents. Drag and drop used to be restricted to a single app.
The ability to move photos and text between apps without having to go through your image library a second time or retype messages is regarded as burgeoning. It may take a few extra fingers than you're used to using on the screen, but the time savings are worth it. Drag and drop on iOS 15 is handled similarly.
How to use cross-app drag and drop for pictures on iPhone? How do you add a drag-and-drop function to your iPhone photos?
1. Open the door and open the window. Photos app is a photo editor. iPhone is a great way to take advantage of the latest features of your iPhone. 2nd Part: 2d . Choose the photo you want to use. 3. Press and hold the image until it appears. 4. Drag and drop the image until it floats under your fingertip. 5. Use another finger to swipe up from the bottom of the screen and reveal your open app previews. (To) (Counter, To), (For), [To), A, (B), (19), Hover over the app where you want to drop the image, or swipe them away to go to your home screen and open the desired app. 7. Find the location in the app where you want to drop the image and lift your finger.
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How to cross-app drag and drop for text on the iPhone:
1. Find the text you want to drag and drop and paste. 2. Select the text, similar to you would for the copy/paste function. 3. Press and hold the selection until you get the desired result. 4. Use a finger to swipe up and see your open app previews or home screen. 5. Hover over the app where you want to drop the text. The following: (A () Find the exact place in the app where you want to drop the text and lift your finger. The cursor will assist you in selecting text placement.
Frederico Viticci, the editor-in-chief of MacStories, tweeted a screen recording of the process in June, if you're oblivious to visual learning.
For more, check out everything we learned before upgrading to iOS 15 and everything that wasn't included in iOS 15.