A few months ago, during Apple's exclusive launch dedicated to the new iPhone and Apple Watch, we were able to attend the birth of completely new words to our ears. As always, Apple strives to give the right name to its brands and products, thus giving them their own touch. Touch, all told, is a great help when sell ing your devices. And one of the most recent is "Slofie."
Another change used in the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro is the TrueDepth sensor upgrade, which among other things includes the phone's front camera. Thanks to these improvements, it is now possible to record 4K and 60 FPS video with all cameras on the phone. Also slow motion is enabled, that while it won't allow us to record at 240 FPS as the rear sensors, it will still allow us to record at 120 FPS.
Slofie is Apple's way of referring to power Record slowly with the front camera, and that includes "slow motion" and "selfie". And since we are able to use intuit, they have not claimed to give prominence to this fantastic performance that will allow us to explore the most absurd use of slow motion with our faces. In fact, Apple itself has already shown through a series of ads showing the iPhone 11 that showcases this work.
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The slofie, which is over time developed by the marketing team, is a feature feature that thanks to the integration of advanced iPhone 11 and 11 Pro graphics, as well as the processor that, and, was able to show its superiority in the competition