Apple shared a new video on its YouTube channel today that shows off selfies taken with the iPhone X.
The 38-second video cycles through a collection of selfies taken by iPhone X owners using the smartphone’s front-facing TrueDepth lens system and Portrait Lighting effects. The ad also includes poetry by Muhammad Ali.
Portrait Lighting has been the focus of a few recent Apple videos, including two ads that acted as tutorials for the feature. More recently, one from earlier in January explained how Portrait Lighting offers studio quality lighting effects without a studio, while showing off various examples.
Since the iPhone X launched in early November, Apple has posted videos focusing on many of the smartphone’s new features, like Face ID and Animoji. Apple even embraced the phenomenon of Animoji Karaoke in one video, showcasing how iPhone X owners can use the animated characters to lip sync to popular songs and send the clips to friends and family in Messages.
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Source From: macrumors.com.
Original article title: Apple’s New iPhone X Video Focuses on Selfies Taken With Portrait Lighting.
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