Saving pictures and videos in the Messages app for iPhone and iPad doesn’t have to take forever.
If someone sends you multiple photos and videos and you’d like to save them, there’s no need to do it individually. Thanks to the Messages app, you can save multiple pictures or videos to the Photos app all in one go!
How to quickly save multiple pictures and videos with the Messages app
Launch the Messages app.
Tap on the text thread that has the pictures and/or videos.
Tap on Details in the top right corner.
Scroll down to the Attachments section and press and hold on one of the pictures or videos you’d like to save.
Tap on More in the popup menu.
Tap to select all the photos you’d like to save.
Tap on Save Images in the bottom left corner to save them to the Photos app.
Earth has managed to find peace until the arrival of the Death Force – ruthless aliens from a dying solar system – who are desperately searching for a new home. Attacking the Earth with a massive satellite ship called Terror Star, the aliens proceed to terraform the planet to make it their own. For mankind there is one hope: it’s up to Colin Collins and a small band of his fellow surviving students to crew a top-secret submersible vessel that can fight the invaders at sea or in space.
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i received a valuable calendar from GIC titled: The Ingenuity of the Islamic Golden Age.
each month talks about one of the great Islamic scientists of that age, i will post them here
كان ابو موسى جابر بن حيان 721-815 متعدد أوجه الثقافات والمعرفه, فيلسوف, خيميائي, كيميائي, فلكي, منجم, مهندس, جيولوجي, فيزيائي, صيدلاني وطبيب, أطلق عليه البعض “أبي الكيمياء”و وهو أول خيميائي عملي و فيلسوف فطري
Abu Musa Jabir Ibn Hayyan, ( c, 721 – 815), was a prominent polymath: a chemist and alchemist, astronomer and astrologer, engineer, geologist, philosopher, physicist, pharmacist and physician. He is considered by some to be “Father of Chemistry”. Jabir is held to be the first practical Alchemist. Jabir was a Natural Philosopher who lived mostly in the 8th century.