What is Slofie? Apple replaces Selfie with it's new trademark Slofie in iPhone 11
ISLAMABAD - Apple replaces Selfie with it's new trade mark Slofie with iPhone 11, media report has revealed.
A brand new photo trend coming with the iPhone 11 launch that could help you rack up Instagram likes. It's a slow motion selfie video or as Apple has nicknamed them, "slofies."
Apple announced that the iPhone would be available to customers later this month. The newest iPhones boast better cameras, more cameras (the iPhone 11 has two cameras link and the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max both have three), improved battery life, and the sturdiest glass in a smartphone ever (though it's still not shatterproof, so proceed with caution).
The cameras also have a new interface with more options on the front-facing camera (aka selfie mode), including Portrait Mode and Slo Mo. Both of these settings aren't new for iPhone cameras — Portrait Mode first debuted on the iPhone 7+ and Slow Mo first made an appearance on the iPhone 5S — but this is the first time both of these camera features are available in selfie mode. So, instead of taking a selfie or a video, you can easily flip your phone into selfie mode and hit "Slo Mo" to record a slofie, Bustle has reported.