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Apple's Clips App for iOS Gains New Soccer Graphics, Poster and Label

Apple today updated its Clips video app for iOS devices to introduce new soccer assets ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, set to kick off in Russia on June 14. Apple has added new soccer graphics that can be added to video clips, and there’s a new soccer label and a soccer-related background poster …

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Apple Updates Clips and GarageBand on iOS With New Educational Features

Apple today updated its Clips and GarageBand apps for iOS with several new educational features and other improvements. GarageBand for iOS Clips has received a wide range of new fonts, colors, layouts, animated labels and stickers, title cards with education-themed designs, and more, all of which provides students and teachers with more creative flexibility to …

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Apple's Clips App Updated With Chinese New Year Graphics

Apple’s Clips video editing app received a small update this afternoon, introducing new artwork ahead of Chinese New Year on February 16. Today’s update brings a new Apple-designed label and poster for Chinese New Year. The poster, which reads “Gung Hay Fat Choy” (the equivalent to Happy New Year in Cantonese) is accompanied by fireworks …

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Hands-On With Apple's Updated Clips App on iPhone X

Apple late last week updated its “Clips” video editing app, introducing the first major new feature additions since it was first released in April of 2017. The updated version of the app overhauls the interface to make it simpler to upload videos, and it includes features that take advantage of the TrueDepth camera in the …

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Apple Launches New Version of Clips With 360-Degree Selfie Scenes

Apple today updated its Clips video app with a promised “Selfie Scenes” feature that’s designed to use the front-facing TrueDepth camera on the iPhone X to immerse users in 360-degree animated landscapes. Available Selfie Scenes transport users to “bustling cities, serene landscapes, abstract paintings” and, through a Disney partnership, the Millennium Falcon and Mega-Destroyer from …

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