Brighten Up Your Selfies
Live Photos currently only works on the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus so make sure you have one of those first. Sorry old iPhone users. To take one, open the Camera app and make sure the circular icon in between the HDR and timer options is illuminated. If it's not lit up, tap to turn it on.
Live Photos was introduced in iOS 9 as a special feature for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. It's also the default camera setting for the iPhone SE, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7Plus.
Take Live Photos with your iPhone camera
Live wallpapers are fun to look at and appreciate the art and how lively it looks. Funny enough it can glue your eyes on the screen. The fun gets even more exciting when you can actually see yourself on the live wallpaper. The live wallpaper setting is in both iPhone 6S and iPhone 6s Plus.
You'll have to use GIPHY to create a real GIF.
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With a 12-megapixel camera, 4K video recording, and a new kind of photo that bursts into life when you press down on the screen, it's natural to think that photos on the new Apple iPhone 6S might use up more space than its predecessors.
You take a Live Photo just like you do a normal photo.
The iPhone 5S doesn't have Live Photo. Live Photos require an iPhone 6S or later.
The tweak also allows you to set Live Photos as the wallpaper on your iPhone's Lock screen. If you tap on the Share button, you should see a new Live Photos tab along with Still and Perspective. To view the Live Photo on the Lock screen, simply tap and hold on the wallpaper, and it will start animating.
Present in many newer handsets, the technology gives you the ability to charge your phone, in some cases, in less than an hour. The iPhone 6S Plus doesn't offer the feature, so it takes closer to two hours to get the battery from 0 to 100%.
The bottom line is that Apple didn't highlight waterproofing as a new feature because the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus aren't waterproof. They may be mildly water resistant, and may be able to survive a speedy dunk, if King Neptune gets a proper grip on your shiny new handset, it's history.
The iPhone 6s has a superior 1400:1 contrast ratio compared to 1300:1 for the iPhone 6s Plus. The iPhone 6s Plus, on the other hand, has a higher pixel density, 401 ppi compared to 326 ppi for the iPhone 6s.