Get ready for the & # 39; slofie & # 39 ;: Apple mint new term after the introduction of slow motion selfies with the iPhone 11 and encourage hilarious responses on social media
- Apple revealed that iPhone 11 will bring slow-mo video to the front camera
- During the presentation, the company coined the term & # 39; slofie & # 39; in an advertising video
- Phrase combines & # 39; slow motion & # 39; and & # 39; selfie & # 39 ;, has been combined with mixed responses
Apple has introduced a whole range of products this week, removing three new iPhones and a new Apple Watch, iPad and pricing data for upcoming subscription services.
In contrast to previous years, however, it is not expensive hardware that everyone is talking about this time.
During the presentation at the Steve Jobs Theater, Apple revealed that the iPhone 11 is offering slow-motion video capabilities to the front camera for the first time. And the company has come up with a new term: the "slofie".
The announcement has been received with wild mixed assessments; while some have already found the sentence, most others tear it into pieces on social media.
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Apple introduced the term – a combination of the phrases "slow motion" and "selfie" in an advertisement that was displayed during the product launch event. Mixed responses have emerged
One of the most common criticisms is the form of a Mean Girls reference, with many Twitter users dredging Regina George & # 39; s short rejection of the word "fetch" in their responses (i.e., "it won't happen").
Apple introduced the term – a combination of the phrases "slow motion" and "selfie" in an advertisement that was displayed during the product launch event.
& # 39; I already mention & # 39; slofie & # 39; the worst word of 2019, & # 39; tweeted MacStories founder Federico Viticci afterwards.
Sentiment was mirrored on all social media.
For the most part, people seem to be only wary of the corny phrasing and not the function itself, although some think it & # 39; meaningless & # 39; have mentioned.
One of the most common criticisms is the form of a Mean Girls reference, with many Twitter users Regina George & # 39; s short-sighted rejection of the word "fetch" dredging in their responses
For the most part, people seem to be only wary of the mealy phrasing and not of the position itself. However, some have it as & # 39; meaningless & # 39; criticized
Although some have already found the sentence, most others tear it into pieces on social media
APPLE & # 39; S iPHONE 11, AT A GLANCE
- Has 6.1-inch display, starts at $ 699
- Works on A13 Bionic chip
- System with dual camera
- Preorders start on Friday, September 13 at 5 pm PDT (8 hours ET), start sending on September 20
- Available with 64 GB, 128 GB or 256 GB storage
- Comes in six colors: purple, green, yellow, black, white and product (red)
Either way, the possibility – and probably an influx of slofie videos – will arrive as soon as next week when the iPhone 11 is in stores on September 20th.
The new handset has a dual camera system and has a 12-megapixel camera that can switch from wide to ultra-wide, with an image field of up to 120 degrees.
It also achieves 2x optical zoom and & # 39; immersive camera interface & # 39 ;, which allows users to see and capture the area outside the image & # 39 ;, Apple said.
This is especially useful & # 39; for short spaces that you cannot back up. & # 39;
It will also have the Night mode, which makes it possible to take photos even in low light environments, whether it's outside at night or in a dark restaurant, and can shoot in 4K at up to 60 frames per second , Apple says.
Pre-orders for the $ 699 iPhone 11 will open this Friday at 5 PM PT (8 PM ET).
Apple unveiled the colorful iPhone 11 during its fall event at the Steve Jobs Theater on Tuesday
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