Motion Picture Preview Live Photos of the iPhone 6s introduced by Samsung on the Galaxy S7
|Motion Picture Preview Live Photos of the iPhone 6s introduced by Samsung on the Galaxy S7|
As we can see, the idea is that similar, but Samsung has made some changes. The Galaxy S7 captures moments before the photo and not after. Then you have to press a button to begin playback of the video because the Galaxy S7 does not integrate technology similar to 3D Touch.
Another difference, users can view short videos, but they cannot save them and then put them on a computer for example. Maybe it will come with an update. For its part, Apple offers to export Live Photos, which are actually a JPG image file and MOV video file.
Technically, it is quite impressive to see the clothes that we just choose online be worn by the 3D avatar supposed to represent us. Folds, draped effects, fabric textures, everything is nothing made and contributes greatly to the feeling of performing a fitting of a new type. The possibilities of this amazing app seems incredible to say the least, and yet it works, and rather well. The dressing room 3.0 does not even require more than remove her clothes in too narrow cabin; Welcome to the 21st century!
Sergio Marchionne, Apple should not venture out alone on this rather complex market, especially due to the production of important infrastructure demand. He believes the iPhone maker should partner with existing manufacturers to have their expertise.
"If they have an urgent need to build a car, I would advise them to lie down and wait until the feeling passes," said the boss of Fiat at the Geneva Auto Show. "Diseases like this come then go, you are going to recover, they are not life threatening," he said before a parquet journalists.
Apple has a team of hundreds of engineers who are working on a car, and this for a while now. Tim Cook has given the green light in 2014, but the project was actually started last year. Apple has since poached several engineers from other manufacturers, including Ford, Mercedes, General Motors or Tesla.
According to rumors, Apple would unveil its electric car by 2019 or 2020. This date may change depending on the progress of the project, named "Titan" internally.