Stop laughing! Trademark application suggests Apple was serious about ‘Slofie’


Apple isn’t sloughing off on the “Slofie” — the tech giant recently applied to trademark the new term used to describe the slow-mo selfies possible on the new iPhone 11. Much to the internet’s amusement, Apple used the term to describe the new 120-frames-per-second video possible in the front-facing camera on the latest round of iPhones. Many thought they were kidding and held on to the hope that the internet wouldn’t be inundated with cringeworthy slow-motion selfie videos — but, alas, the trademark application suggests otherwise.

source: Digital Trends

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