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Snapchat has launched a new feature called 3D Selfie, it will allow you to take snaps in 3D. Sooner or later all Snapchat users will get this new 3D camera feature.
The 3D mode adds dept to the photos.
Snapchat 3D Selfie Camera
This new photo feature will allow users to move their camera here and there to give more details to the photo.
Sadly, this feature is only available for Iphone users as of now and those androids which supports 3D photo capture.
Facebook is launching a smart TV Streaming Device allowing users to stream a number of shows. It is also loaded with AR (Augmented Reality).
Here are the following things that will be included in the Facebook new streaming portal;
Facebook’s Oculus Go and Oculus Quest which is Android-based will be supported with this device.
Camera and Microscopes
It will include a camera for Video chat and Microscope to have big sight of the room.
Speakers will allow users to have seamless audio quality while watching videos and video chat.
A More Focused Content
You might be able to stream Netflix and Disney services on it.
Augmented Reality x Smart-TV
You can use AR while watching your TV shows, doubling up your excitement while watching a TV show.
The price, release date and support will be released soon as Facebook announces more details on it.
Designedly, the iPhone 11 comes with a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD screen. The real difference is on the back of the phone.
The huge camera module and the logo moved to the middle became the business card that it was recognized at a glance.
In addition, iPhone 11 also offers 6 new colors of red, black, green, purple, yellow and white, of which green and purple are the new color matching this update.
The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max continue the dual-camera route, with screen sizes of 5.8 inches and 6.5 inches, but upgraded to a Super Retina XDR (OLED) screen that saves 15% in power consumption, with a maximum display brightness of 1200 special.
According to Apple, the iPhone 11’s battery life will be one hour longer than the iPhone XR, making it the longest iPhone for Apple; the iPhone 11 Pro series is 4-5 hours longer than the iPhone XS series.
Apple has finally officialized the arrival on the market of its new devices. Tonight, we were able to discover the Apple Watch Series 5 or the new iPad.
But what has obviously unleashed the crowds was none other than the new iPhone 11, which supplants the iPhone Xr, plus the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. These will come out directly under iOS 13, which we already know the new features.
Here is the list of iPhone that will benefit from this new major update:
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
- iPhone XR
- iPhone Xs
- iPhone Xs Max
- iPhone X
- iPhone 8
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone 7
- iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone 6S
- iPhone 6S Plus
- iPhone SE
- iPod Touch (7th generation)
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Google has finally rolled out Android 10 with latest features. It is initially rolled out for Pixel phones.
These 10 things you will love about the new operating system.
These 8 things make Android 10 better than other Android versions.
- Smart Reply: You can reply to your texts just by swiping gestures.
- Live Caption: This feature allows to add captions to your audios and videos.
- Sound Amplifier App: It will boost the sound of your music.
- HEIF Format: It will save files in HEIF format instead of JPEG, saving a lot of space in the device.
- Focus Mode: It pauses social media apps for you to focus on working.
- Dark Mode: Will make your screen comfortable and easier to use and will save a lot of battery.
- Silent: It will block useless notifications.
- Family Link: It will help family members to limit the screen time of kids’ working.
In an attempt to stem the never-ending race at Like, which we find endlessly behind every publication, Facebook has decided to take an example on Instagram by considering, too, to remove its counter from posts.
This is information that we owe to the engineer Jane Manchun Wong, and that could mark the end of the race to Like on Facebook. Note that just like on Instagram, which already tests the tool successfully in several countries including Canada and Brazil, the number of Like would still be accessible to the author of the post, even in case of general deployment of the functionality.
Asked by the site TechCrunch, Facebook has confirmed his desire to test sustainably the removal of the counter of Like, but without giving further details on the subject. While the likes have long been the main engine of interactions on Mark Zuckerberg’s social network, the platform seems to have been detaching itself for some months – at least in part from its historical system, by curbing the pressure of counting Like and the ill-being that the latter can sometimes generate in the user.
For Instagram, the company had justified its choice by explaining the goal “that your friends focus on the photos and videos you share, not the number of likes they get.”