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How to hide private photos on your iPhone in three easy steps

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There is an easy way to hide your private photos on an Apple iPhone thanks to a little-known setting in the camera roll.

For those looking to keep their bikini selfies and screenshots away from prying eyes the ‘hidden’ album option is a useful tool to know about.

To start with you will need to open your camera roll and find the photos you want to hide, selecting them as they scroll.

There is an easy way to hide your private photos on an Apple iPhone thanks to a little-known setting in the camera roll (stock image)

There is an easy way to hide your private photos on an Apple iPhone thanks to a little-known setting in the camera roll (stock image)

There is an easy way to hide your private photos on an Apple iPhone thanks to a little-known setting in the camera roll (stock image)

Once the photos are selected, hit the 'share' button on the bottom left side of the screen

Once the photos are selected, hit the 'share' button on the bottom left side of the screen

A whole range of options should appear, including airdropping the photo to someone or messaging it to them

A whole range of options should appear, including airdropping the photo to someone or messaging it to them

Once the photos are selected, hit the ‘share’ button on the bottom left side of the screen. A whole range of options should appear, including airdropping the photo to someone or messaging it to them

Scroll down that list until you see 'hide' and select that option. All of those photos will go into a hidden folder and leave the current folder

Scroll down that list until you see 'hide' and select that option. All of those photos will go into a hidden folder and leave the current folder

Scroll down that list until you see ‘hide’ and select that option. All of those photos will go into a hidden folder and leave the current folder

You can select as many images as you’d like at one time, which is helpful if you’re wanting to hide an entire section.  

Once the photos are selected, hit the ‘share’ button on the bottom left side of the screen. A whole range of options should appear, including airdropping the photo to someone or messaging it to them.

Scroll down that list until you see ‘hide’ and select that option. All of those photos will go into a hidden folder and leave the current folder.

If you decide that you want the photos to reappear it’s very simple to get them back into your most recent album.  

Go back into the main camera roll page and scroll down past your regular albums. 

How to hide your private photos:

1. ‘Select’ the photos you wish to hide. You can choose as many as you want.

2. Once selected, click the share button on the bottom left side of your screen and scroll down the list of options until you see ‘hide’.

3. Select that button and your images will be taken to a hidden folder.

4. To access the hidden folder scroll down the main page of your camera roll. You will find it at the bottom. 

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There should be a list of media types and below that a list of other albums, of which one will say 'hidden'

There should be a list of media types and below that a list of other albums, of which one will say 'hidden'

There should be a list of media types and below that a list of other albums, of which one will say ‘hidden’

Click on that folder and you'll see all of your hidden photos. You simply have to select them again, click on the sharing button and then 'unhide'

Click on that folder and you'll see all of your hidden photos. You simply have to select them again, click on the sharing button and then 'unhide'

Click on that folder and you’ll see all of your hidden photos. You simply have to select them again, click on the sharing button and then ‘unhide’

There should be a list of media types and below that a list of other albums, of which one will say ‘hidden’. 

Click on that folder and you’ll see all of your hidden photos. You simply have to select them again, click on the sharing button and then ‘unhide’.

The same easy system doesn’t currently exist on the Samsung Gallery app for your most-used album.

At the moment android users can only hide folders created by third-party apps like WhatsApp or Instagram.

For this reason it seems to be more of a feature for reducing the clutter inside the gallery rather than something to keep away prying eyes.

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Chrissy Teigen reveals heartbreaking news she suffered miscarriage and they named him Jack

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Chrissy Teigen has revealed she suffered a miscarriage.

The 34-year-old model took to her Instagram to share a heartbreaking photo of herself with a lengthy caption.

She wrote: ‘We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we’ve never felt before. We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bags and bags of blood transfusions. It just wasn’t enough.’

Tragic: Chrissy Teigen has revealed she suffered a miscarriage as she made the sad announcement on Instagram Wednesday

Tragic: Chrissy Teigen has revealed she suffered a miscarriage as she made the sad announcement on Instagram Wednesday

Tragic: Chrissy Teigen has revealed she suffered a miscarriage as she made the sad announcement on Instagram Wednesday

Teigen was hospitalized on Sunday night after enduring a month of bleeding due to having a weak placenta and has remained at the hospital since.

She continued: ‘We never decide on our babies’ names until the last possible moment after they’re born, just before we leave the hospital. But we, for some reason, had started to call this little guy in my belly Jack.

‘So he will always be Jack to us. Jack worked so hard to be a part of our little family, and he will be, forever.’

Chrissy and John revealed in the music video for John’s new single Wild that they were expecting their third child together, a son. 

In undoubtedly the most heartbreaking portion of Teigen’s caption, the model penned a message to her unborn son Jack. 

‘To our Jack – I’m so sorry that the first few moments of your life were met with so many complications, that we couldn’t give you the home you needed to survive. We will always love you,’ she wrote.

‘Thank you to everyone who has been sending us positive energy, thoughts and prayers. We feel all of your love and truly appreciate you. 

‘We are so grateful for the life we have, for our wonderful babies Luna and Miles, for all the amazing things we’ve been able to experience. But everyday can’t be full of sunshine. On this darkest of days, we will grieve, we will cry our eyes out. But we will hug and love each other harder and get through it,’ concluded Chrissy.

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Olympia Valance announces her engagement to AFL star boyfriend Thomas Bellchambers

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Former Neighbours star Olympia Valance is engaged to her AFL star boyfriend Thomas Bellchambers.

The actress, 27, shared a photo of herself locking lips with her fiancé, 31, on a beach in Queensland’s Orpheus Island as she showed off her stunning diamond ring.

‘Today is a special day. The man of my dreams proposed to me,’ she wrote in the caption.

‘I get to marry my best friend,’ she added, tagging her beau in the post. 

'The man of my dreams proposed to me': Actress Olympia Valance has announced she is engaged to her AFL star boyfriend Thomas Bellchambers. She shared a photo of herself locking lips with her fiancé on a beach as she showed off her stunning diamond ring

'The man of my dreams proposed to me': Actress Olympia Valance has announced she is engaged to her AFL star boyfriend Thomas Bellchambers. She shared a photo of herself locking lips with her fiancé on a beach as she showed off her stunning diamond ring

‘The man of my dreams proposed to me’: Actress Olympia Valance has announced she is engaged to her AFL star boyfriend Thomas Bellchambers. She shared a photo of herself locking lips with her fiancé on a beach as she showed off her stunning diamond ring

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Jealous lover who stabbed ex-girlfriend 58 times after five-floor fall is jailed for 19 years

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A woman who repeatedly stabbed her immobilised and defenceless former girlfriend after she had just fallen from an inner-Sydney balcony has been jailed for at least 19 years.

Zixi Wang, 30, was sentenced by Justice Robert Beech-Jones in the Supreme Court on Thursday to a maximum 25 years and six months after pleading guilty to the murder.

Justice Beech-Jones described her ‘brutally’ stabbing of 23-year-old Shuyu Zhou 58 times as an extreme example of domestic violence.

Zixi Wang (pictured) was sentenced in the Supreme Court on Thursday to a maximum 25 years and six months

Zixi Wang (pictured) was sentenced in the Supreme Court on Thursday to a maximum 25 years and six months

The 30-year-old pleaded guilty to the murder

The 30-year-old pleaded guilty to the murder

Zixi Wang, 30, (pictured) was sentenced by Justice Robert Beech-Jones in the Supreme Court on Thursday to a maximum 25 years and six months after pleading guilty to the murder

Wang (pictured) calmly catches the elevator down before repeatedly slashing her ex-girlfriend while she lay immobilised and defenceless

Wang (pictured) calmly catches the elevator down before repeatedly slashing her ex-girlfriend while she lay immobilised and defenceless

Wang (pictured) calmly catches the elevator down before repeatedly slashing her ex-girlfriend while she lay immobilised and defenceless

Wang inspects her hair in a mirror just moments before carryout out Shuyu Zhou's murder

Wang inspects her hair in a mirror just moments before carryout out Shuyu Zhou's murder

Wang inspects her hair in a mirror just moments before carryout out Shuyu Zhou’s murder

‘The final moments of Ms Zhou’s far too brief life were lived in excruciating pain, fear and terror, all of which the offender is responsible for,’ he said.

In June 2019, Ms Zhou visited Wang’s Zetland apartment to pick up some belongings after ending their relationship four months earlier.

Neighbours heard screams coming from the apartment along with the sound of smashing and objects being dragged along the ground.

Frightened and wanting to escape, Ms Zhou tried to climb over the balcony but slipped and plunged five storeys down.

‘Disturbing and graphic’ video footage earlier played before the court showed the moment she landed facedown onto a fence before falling back onto the ground and writhing in pain.

Wang calmly catches the elevator down and makes a ‘pitiless’ inspection of her former partner before returning with a knife and repeatedly slashing her while she lay immobilised and defenceless.

The fifth-floor apartment building in Sydney's Zetaland area, where Ms Zhou fell is pictured

The fifth-floor apartment building in Sydney's Zetaland area, where Ms Zhou fell is pictured

The fifth-floor apartment building in Sydney’s Zetaland area, where Ms Zhou fell is pictured

A forensic investigator takes pictures at the scene of the brutal crime on June 18, 2019

A forensic investigator takes pictures at the scene of the brutal crime on June 18, 2019

A forensic investigator takes pictures at the scene of the brutal crime on June 18, 2019

At one point inside the elevator Wang checks her appearance in the mirror and fixes her hair and returns in a fresh pair of pants.

‘Even though (the stabs) were only administered in just under two minutes, they were not all delivered in a frenzy,’ Justice Beech-Jones said.

‘Instead the offender appears to briefly assess the impact of each wound or group of wounds before continuing.’

Pathologists later concluded the cause of death was not from the fall but from stabbings to her neck.

‘How could the feelings of anger bitterness and rejection that welled up in the offender from the breakdown of her relationship … not dissipate to at least let her have some modicum of sympathy as she saw Ms Zhou helpless and writhing in agony after that fall,’ Justice Beech-Jones said.

‘Even then the offender did not call for help or render any assistance.’  

When significant blood flowed from Ms Zhou’s jugular vein, Wang fled and hid the knife in a raised garden bed and drove out to the Illawarra region.

Ms Zhou visited Wang's Zetland apartment to pick up some belongings after ending their relationship four months earlier (pictured, investigators comb the balcony for evidence)

Ms Zhou visited Wang's Zetland apartment to pick up some belongings after ending their relationship four months earlier (pictured, investigators comb the balcony for evidence)

Ms Zhou visited Wang’s Zetland apartment to pick up some belongings after ending their relationship four months earlier (pictured, investigators comb the balcony for evidence)  

Neighbours heard screams coming from the apartment along with the sound of smashing and objects being dragged along the ground (pictured, an investigator examines the crime scene)

Neighbours heard screams coming from the apartment along with the sound of smashing and objects being dragged along the ground (pictured, an investigator examines the crime scene)

Neighbours heard screams coming from the apartment along with the sound of smashing and objects being dragged along the ground (pictured, an investigator examines the crime scene)

She was arrested near the Sea Cliff Bridge, north of Wollongong, and later told police she wanted to jump off to end her life.

In a letter to the court Wang expressed remorse and deep shame for her actions, and said she had slipped into a deep depression in the months before the attack.

She recalls holding Ms Zhou’s hand that night and pleading with her not to leave before blocking her path.

She said she had been drinking heavily but Justice Beech-Jones assessed her behaviour as composed and deliberate.

Ms Zhou’s blood was later found in the kitchen, living room and on the sliding door frame, while Wang received some scratches and one bite mark.

Wang will be eligible for release on June 18, 2038.

For 24-hour confidential support, contact: 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) or Lifeline 13 11 14.

In a letter to the court Wang expressed remorse and deep shame for her actions, and said she had slipped into a deep depression in the months before the attack (pictured, police tape of the area where Ms Zhou was murdered)

In a letter to the court Wang expressed remorse and deep shame for her actions, and said she had slipped into a deep depression in the months before the attack (pictured, police tape of the area where Ms Zhou was murdered)

In a letter to the court Wang expressed remorse and deep shame for her actions, and said she had slipped into a deep depression in the months before the attack (pictured, police tape of the area where Ms Zhou was murdered)

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