When shooting in 16:9 with the iPhone camera, you may notice part of the viewfinder is covered by translucent black bars. That area will appear in the final shot, so let’s make it easier to see. This doesn’t happen on all iPhone models—it seems to depend on the screen size and which cameras your iPhone has. If you’re reading this, you probably noticed the black bars. We’ll show you how to turn them off. Translucent bars on iPhone camera. First, open the Settings app on your iPhone. Next, go to the “Camera” section. Now in the “Composition” section toggle off “View Outside the Frame.” That’s all there is to it!
When it comes to personalizing the Windows operating system, there are multiple options. Every user likes to customize the operating system in their way. Microsoft certainly knows this and offers plenty of personalization options in Windows 11. With default settings, Windows 11 shows the accent color on window borders. The window border color looks good when using a light theme. However, it does not look good at all while using the dark theme or dark mode theme, in our humble opinion. As you can see in the picture below, it uses red for window borders in one of the offered dark themes. Thus, while using a dark theme, window borders