The term selfie is relatively new, having existed as an independent phenomenon for about 10 years. However, his relative youth is not an obstacle for the promotion of a process that he describes. Selfies have become so commonplace that today, in order to send a “selfie” in response to some message in the messenger, not to mention the fact, to put it in social networks. However, there are those who absolutely do not accept selfies: some consider them as a manifestation of excessive self-love, and others simply know that such slofie.

If you’ve never heard of slofie, all right. This term and idea entirely belongs to Apple, which introduced them on the iPhone 11. In fact, slofie is a video recorded on the front camera at 120 frames per second. In General nothing unusual, but in Cupertino have decided not only to baptize this process a separate term, but to register it as a full trademark that no one else could use him.

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Apparently, the concept of “slofie” very pleased with Apple. So she even dedicated a separate slide on page 11 iPhone Pro, and in the Russian version of this term is even smart enough to translate. So if you ever see the word “slope”, know that it’s almost like a selfie, only on video.

It may seem that it’s all a joke. But Apple believe that slow-motion videos shot on the front camera is a new word in the shooting of selfies to present the companies can also be professional. Why do it, hard to say. But once you get used to the freaks Apple are beginning to understand that to invent a special term to advance the capabilities of the front camera of the new iPhone for the company a piece of cake.

Front camera iPhone 11

However, you have to give Apple credit, because frontalka have a new iPhone and really cool. It is equipped with a 12-megapixel sensor with enlarged viewing angle and support the smart mode. Thanks to him, if the phone is turn horizontally, the camera will automatically change the scale and allow you to capture more objects than before. This mode will allow you to take group selfies, without worrying that someone’s face will be cropped, and someone will not be in the picture at all.

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