The iPhone 6s is a pretty big deal in India.
It’s the first handset that is a little bit thicker and heavier than the iPhone 5s.
And, of course, it’s the one that’s been out for almost six months now.
We’ll get to why in a minute.
But the bigger picture here is that the iPhone has a lot of fans in India, including those who like to trade images.
It was only a matter of time before we’d see GIFs sent over the phone from India, but it’s only now that we’re getting the opportunity to test out a new way of making GIFs from a mobile device.
We had an opportunity to swap the GIFs we made for our friends in India over the past few days, and the results were pretty exciting.
Here’s how to make the GIF swipes on the iPhone:Swiping the Home button from the home screen brings up the GIF pane on the left side.
To the right of this pane are swipeable buttons that allow you to select from a large collection of GIFs.
Select the one you want to swap, and then hit the “swap” button.
To open the GIFswap pane, hit the big, red arrow at the top.
To use the GIF, just swipe the GIF icon from the top of the screen.
If you do not have an iPhone, you can download an iPhone 6 Plus version from Apple’s official site.
To swap an image on the iOS side, simply hit the gifswap button at the bottom of the GIF window.
To make the swipeable gif swipes from the phone, simply hold down on the swipes, and release the button to make them swivel.
Swiping down to swap a GIF from the app drawer, or to swap an existing GIF from a previous app drawer will open up the “drop” button at which you can select which image you’d like to swap.
Once you’ve swapped an image, you’re good to go.
To do the same on the Android side, just hold down the swipe button at bottom of a GIF window to drop it.
Swipe up to switch the GIF to a new one.
You can also swipe up from the bottom to select the GIF.
To get the best GIFswaps, you’ll want to make sure you use the same gifs over and over again.
This way, you won’t lose your favorites.
Once you’ve gone through a bunch of GIFswipes, you may want to save the current ones for later.