iOS 9 will be the first iOS app to offer real-time editing of photos with real-world 3D glasses

iOS 9.3 is here and it introduces an entirely new editing feature that allows users to edit photos with 3D-glasses.

The new iOS 9 feature, dubbed Real-Time Editing, allows users on the iPhone X to edit images by holding down the home button and then tapping the camera icon at the top of the screen.

With Real-time Editing, users can easily adjust the image by selecting it from their photo library, then dragging it onto the timeline, and editing it using their iPhone’s camera and 3D Touch buttons.

Real-time-edited photos will then be displayed on the timeline and users can scroll through the photo’s timeline to see what the edits look like, with previews showing in the bottom left of the photo gallery.

This feature is a step forward from iOS 9, which introduced an interface similar to the one found in its Camera Roll, allowing users to quickly zoom in and out of an image’s details and even view a full-screen photo gallery with all its edits.

Real time editing is particularly useful for professional photo editors who want to make the edits that are best for the project, but also have the ability to save the edits for later.

For example, users could save a photo in Real Time editing to a new iOS photo library and then drag the edited photo onto the new iOS library’s Timeline.

Real Time Editing is a powerful new editing tool that is sure to be popular with photographers and editors alike.

Apple’s iOS 9 is set to be the biggest update to the iPhone since the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus launched in September.

The iPhone X and iPhone XR will be available in the United States and Canada beginning January 19.iOS 9.4 will be released in January, bringing iOS 9 to iOS 9 users in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, and the United Kingdom.

Apple is also expected to roll out an update to iOS for Mac users starting on January 16.iOS 8.1.2, iOS 8.3.1, and iOS 8 will be rolling out to iOS 8 users in January.