Apple has just released its next generation of mobile devices, codenamed “DyPhoto Album.”
The new devices feature a number of features that have been standard on the iPhone for a while now, including the ability to use an image as a template to create a more personalized photo album for each of your photos.
We recently got a sneak peek at the app, which will appear in the next-gen iPhone 7, but it seems like this is going to be a major feature for the next iPhone.
The app looks and feels like the official version of Apple’s Photo Booth app.
You can choose from a number from hundreds of photos from all over the web, and each photo can be edited and rearranged as you like.
Each photo can also be shared to your friends or your own Instagram account.
The photo is available in either the Apple Photo Library or the iCloud Photo Library, and you can use the photo as a canvas for your own creations.
It’s unclear what exactly the “DynPhoto Album” feature will look like, but the app is clearly designed to make the creation of custom photo albums easier than ever before.
We’ve seen similar app-like offerings on the iOS App Store before, like the Apple Music Photo app and the Photos app, and it looks like this will be a similar concept to those.
The new apps are available for both iPhone 5s and 5Cs right now, and will be available for a few more months before rolling out to all of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models.
The app is currently only available in the US, and we’ll have to wait and see if other markets will follow suit, but for now, this looks like an impressive new way for Apple to make its photos more personal and more accessible.