Apple applies to trademark the term 'slofie'

  • TECH
  • Friday, 20 Sep 2019

Apple's new iPhone 11 series launches with brand new camera software. — AFP Relaxnews

Not only did Apple bring the world the iPhone 11 series last week, they also introduced us to "slofies", otherwise known as slow-motion selfies. Just a few days after the reveal – despite its initial unpopularity – the company applied with the USPTO to trademark the term.

Early last week when Apple unveiled their latest flagship smartphone lineup, the iPhone 11 series, they also showed off the new device's ability to take 4K slo-mo video selfies at up to 60 fps and 120 fps thanks to the TruDepth camera.

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