Apple is trying to trademark ‘Slofie’: slow-motion selfies

Apple is trying to trademark slow-motion video selfies ‘Slofie’, a feature it introduced with the iPhone 11 series.

Apple has applied for a US trademark on ‘Slofie’ recently. Slofie is the term for selfies recorded in slow-motion at 120fps. The iPhone maker does define Slofie as “downloadable computer software for use in capturing and recording video. Apple is looking for complete control over this feature above the word’s usage.

Apple is looking to stop other companies from branding their own camera features with the Slofie terminology by trademarking it. This feature is currently exclusive to the iPhone 11 and by trademarking it, it will stay only with Apple. Presently the application costs $400.

Apple in its recent lunch event introduced 3 iPhone 11 models. From them, two are equipped with triple rear camera setup, housing stunning specifications to make you a near-perfect photographer.

These three iPhones, upgrades over the last year’s iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max, will ship with the iOS 13, the latest mobile operating system from Apple.

The iPhone 11 will come in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage variants in purple, green, yellow, black, white, and RED colors.

iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will be available in 64GB, 256GB and 512GB storage variants in midnight green, space grey, silver, and gold colors.

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