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Instagram launches new ways to reply with photos and videos in Direct

Instagram on Thursday announced new ways to reply with photos and videos in Direct that the company hopes will help users conduct fun conversation with their friends in a more visually appealing manner, including one feature that permits you to send a split-screen reply.... Read the rest of this post here


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Check Out This Video Comparing The iPhone 7S Plus To The iPhone 8

With all the news and rumors surrounding the iPhone 8, it’s easy to forget about Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus. For those who are interested in the iPhone 7S Plus will be pleased to know that a video was released showing what the device might look like and how it compares to the much talked about iPhone 8.

While the device looks very similar to the iPhone 7 Plus, there are some slight differences between the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7S Plus. The new model features a glass back design which will support wireless charging and the device will have a new color option which is said to be a copper gold color. The iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus are both expected to have Apple’s A11 processor, a base storage of 64GB and cost around $650 and $769.

YouTuber Danny Winget was able to get a hands-on dummy unit of the iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8. He compares both the models together to give consumers an idea of what to expect when Apple unveils its new line-up this September.


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Video: Apple Adds Three New Live Photo Effects With iOS 11

Back in 2015, Apple introduced a camera feature called Live Photos which allows users to capture 3-second videos. If you’re a fan of Live Photos, then you’ll be pleased to know that Apple will add more effects this fall thanks to iOS 11.

During Apple’s WWDC, which was held back in June, the company unveiled the upcoming operating system iOS 11 which will be made available to the public this September. The company highlighted a few new effects which will be making their way to Live Photos. These effects include Loop, Bounce, and Long Exposure.

So, what do these effects do? in short, Loop turns your Live Photos into a video loop, Bounce will ping-pong your photo back and forth, and Long Exposure will focus on the blurred the objects of the photo, similar to the classic DSLR effect.

Moreover, Apple has added a few more features to Live Photos. If you’ve ever seen a frame in a Live Photo that would be a great standard photo, you’ll soon be able to save a frame in a Live Photo and turn it into a main photo. Apple is also giving you the ability to trim and select thumbnails.

You can watch the video above by AppleInsider covering all the new effects making their way to iOS 11.


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Apple Shares Three More Ads Featuring The Rock And Siri

In addition to the main three minute “The Rock x Siri Dominate the Day” mini movie, which was released almost 2 weeks ago, Apple released three more mini movies featuring Dwayne “the Rock” Jonhson and Siri.

Each ad focuses on a range of tasks the personal assistant is able to complete such as setting a reminder, taking a selfie, and setting a timer. Two of the ads released are scenes from the original mini movie, while the 15-second ad “The Rock x Siri – Reminder” is new.

Before the original movie launched, Johnson wrote on his FaceBook, “I partnered with #Apple to make the BIGGEST, COOLEST, CRAZIEST, DOPEST, MOST OVER THE TOP, FUNNEST (is that even a word? movie ever.”

If you’re interested in checking out all three ads recently released by Apple, you can do so by watching them here or on Apple’s official YouTube page.


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Apple Releases Another Earth Day Ad About The Company’s Forestry Program

A few days ago, Apple released a new ad on YouTube which focuses on the company’s effort to maintain and preserve forestland not just in the US but worldwide.

Even though this ad was released a few months after Earth day, the company uploaded the ad “Can An Apple Grow A Forest?” which talks about Apple’s forestry program. It all started with a dinner VP of Hardware Engineering Kate Bergeron hosted for other female senior executives back in 2013.

“We were drinking wine and Kate said, ‘We should just buy a forest,'” said V.Y. Show, data and environmental scientist at Apple.

That remark led to an investigation of Apple’s impact on forests across the world. They found out that Apple’s packaging consumes large amounts of virgin fibers and instead of buying a forest, the goal became to preserve the resources Apple uses in its products. In 2015, Apple was able to preserve more than 36,000 acres of forestland in Maine and North Carolina.

Apple plans to responsibly manage almost one million acres of forest by 2020. You can check out this one-minute whimsical ad by clicking on the video above.


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