Apple’s Live Photos now work on Facebook

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Apple’s Live Photos now work on Facebook

Facebook opening to Apple’s animated photos. The latest iPhones come with the ability to turn still images into video — just like magic — but sharing options had been limited to other Apple apps. Sharing a Live Photo on Facebook is almost identical to sharing a still pic, but you have to click on the “Live” icon on the bottom right to upload the moving image. For instance, you can snap a shot of your kid blowing out birthday candles — and get video showing the flame going out as everyone sings “Happy Birthday.” The phone automatically records video in the background when the camera app is open. Why this matters: Even though Live Photos debuted with the iPhone 6s back ...

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Apple’s Live Photos now work on Facebook

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Apple’s Live Photos now work on Facebook

Facebook opening to Apple’s animated photos. The latest iPhones come with the ability to turn still images into video — just like magic — but sharing options had been limited to other Apple apps. Sharing a Live Photo on Facebook is almost identical to sharing a still pic, but you have to click on the “Live” icon on the bottom right to upload the moving image. For instance, you can snap a shot of your kid blowing out birthday candles — and get video showing the flame going out as everyone sings “Happy Birthday.” The phone automatically records video in the background when the camera app is open. Why this matters: Even though Live Photos debuted with the iPhone 6s back ...

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Facebook Starts Rolling Out Support For Apple’s Live Photos

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Facebook Starts Rolling Out Support For Apple’s Live Photos

Alive Is A Neat Little App To View, Edit And Share Your Live Photos. The feature is exclusive to pictures taken by the iPhone 6s or 6s Plus’ 12MP camera, but they can now be watched back on any device running iOS 9 or above, and now images hosted within Facebook’s iOS app.The iPhone manufacturer introduced Live Photos – still photographs that incorporate three-seconds of video before and after the snap was taken – with its latest iPhone models, the 6S and 6S Plus. The Live Photos mode is automatically turned on each time you open the camera, and a small yellow box reading Live appears on screen while you take your picture as you would normally. Facebook is slowly rolling out ...

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Cannibalism is good, and other things I learned from 60 Minutes’ Apple report

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Cannibalism is good, and other things I learned from 60 Minutes’ Apple report

Apple’s Cook on encryption and the tax code. An inside look at Apple’s laboratories isn’t as rare as it once was. COOK DEFENDS APPLE’S ENCRYPTION, TAX PRACTICES — Apple CEO Tim Cook repeated his opposition to government-mandated “backdoors” into online communications in an interview Sunday night on CBS’s “60 Minutes.” Cook said a backdoor to help decode encrypted messages would be available “for everybody, for good guys and for bad guys.” The interview was taped before the attacks in Paris, but 60 Minutes correspondent Charlie Rose said Cook has since told the program that while Apple is cooperating with authorities in the fight against ...

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Apple, Ericsson End Patent Spat

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Apple, Ericsson End Patent Spat

Apple may cut Ericsson in for 0.5% of revenue on every iPhone sold. HELSINKI (AP) — Swedish telecoms firm Ericsson AB has inked a 7-year deal with Apple Inc. that brings an end to outstanding mutual patent litigations between the two and paves the way for their joint-development of the next generation of super-fast phones. Ericsson, the world’s largest wireless equipment maker, did not reveal terms of the deal Monday but said it includes a cross-license that covers patents owned by both companies, including the GSM, UMTS and LTE standards used in mobile technology. Ericsson did not specify how much it would earn from the deal but estimated overall revenue from intellectual property rights ...

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Tim Cook and Apple execs talk product design, encryption and what’s next

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Tim Cook and Apple execs talk product design, encryption and what’s next

Apple chief Tim Cook says company is ‘more secretive than CIA’ and there isn’t a trade-off between security and privacy. COOK DEFENDS APPLE’S ENCRYPTION, TAX PRACTICES — Apple CEO Tim Cook repeated his opposition to government-mandated “backdoors” into online communications in an interview Sunday night on CBS’s “60 Minutes.” Cook said a backdoor to help decode encrypted messages would be available “for everybody, for good guys and for bad guys.” The interview was taped before the attacks in Paris, but 60 Minutes correspondent Charlie Rose said Cook has since told the program that while Apple is cooperating with authorities in ...

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Tim Cook and Apple execs talk product design, encryption and what’s next

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Tim Cook and Apple execs talk product design, encryption and what’s next

Apple chief Tim Cook says company is ‘more secretive than CIA’ and there isn’t a trade-off between security and privacy. COOK DEFENDS APPLE’S ENCRYPTION, TAX PRACTICES — Apple CEO Tim Cook repeated his opposition to government-mandated “backdoors” into online communications in an interview Sunday night on CBS’s “60 Minutes.” Cook said a backdoor to help decode encrypted messages would be available “for everybody, for good guys and for bad guys.” The interview was taped before the attacks in Paris, but 60 Minutes correspondent Charlie Rose said Cook has since told the program that while Apple is cooperating with authorities in ...

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Ericsson settles patent dispute with Apple

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Ericsson settles patent dispute with Apple

Apple may cut Ericsson in for 0.5% of revenue on every iPhone sold. HELSINKI (AP) — Swedish telecoms firm Ericsson AB has inked a 7-year deal with Apple Inc. that brings an end to outstanding mutual patent litigations between the two and paves the way for their joint-development of the next generation of super-fast phones. Ericsson, the world’s largest wireless equipment maker, did not reveal terms of the deal Monday but said it includes a cross-license that covers patents owned by both companies, including the GSM, UMTS and LTE standards used in mobile technology. Ericsson did not specify how much it would earn from the deal but estimated overall revenue from intellectual property rights ...

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With Apple Music growing, is high-resolution audio next for iTunes?

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
With Apple Music growing, is high-resolution audio next for iTunes?

Apple Inc. Developing High-Resolution Apple Music And iTunes Audio For 2016. Since then the company has been hard at work promoting the new service and inking exclusive deals to make sure that people have an incentive to sign up for the service. Apple is preparing to launch high-resolution audio on its digital music store and Apple Music streaming service, according to Japanese blog Macotakara. The development of high-resolution audio has been at the works at Apple with streaming quality up to 96kHz/24-bit audio, unnamed audio industry sources told the Japanese blog. However, the lightning port with iOS 9 is compatible up to 192kHz/24Bit, but we don’t have any information about the availability ...

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How to use your Apple TV to have a merry, Siri Christmas

Rubric: Apple | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
How to use your Apple TV to have a merry, Siri Christmas

America’s 10 most popular apps of 2015. SAN FRANCISCO—Apple’s reshuffling of its senior management included a new head of its App Store, the heart of its app ecosystem and the source of griping from some developers.According to the report the Facebook app has more than 126 average unique users each month, which was considerably higher than all of the other apps in the list. We hear you, there it seems that this writer, in particular, has folders of apps on his phone that he swears he’ll use at some point, but likely won’t get to anytime soon. But Google still accounts for a huge portion of mobile traffic—it made half the apps on the list of America’s 10 most-used apps ...

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