Apple is releasing its Live Photos API, which means more moving photos in more places

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Apple has revealed the API for its Live Photos feature, meaning more app and web developers will be able to support the company's short 1.5 second video 'moving photo' video clips. Apps like Facebook are already able to display Live Photos for users running iOS 9, but making the API available will allow any developer who wants to put a Live Photos viewer on their website or in their iOS app to do so. Live Photos debuted in 2015 with the iPhone 6S. Owners of recent ...
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