Instagram Fits Well With iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus, App Adds Live Photos

Just before Instagram had its quiet update, Apple, in one of its press events, admitted that there would be certain specifications visible in its all-new iPhone 7 which is surprisingly not seen in its previous devices. One of it is its camera features. Reports told that it would include a wide color gamut that had never form part of the past iPhone products.

Instagram Collaborates Well With iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus In Producing Picture Perfect Memories

With this, Ian Spalter, Instagram representative, admitted that the application would update itself to be able to support the feature that iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have. And it seems like its promises are coming true as it quietly launches the exciting app's revision.

According to BGR, once you own the current iPhone products, you will have the chance to capture and view wide colors in the Instagram. The photos taken through that process would produce more vibrant results as compared to the usual. Those who are owning the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have the chance to see the difference themselves.

Instagram Introduces Live Photos, Turn Your Boomerangs In A More Exciting Way

Other than that, Instagram also added features that are perfectly fit for people who would want to capture every great memory of their lives. The app added Live Photos support that would eventually turn Live Photos into Boomerang.

To be able to use the said feature, just simply swipe up from the Instagram Stories camera, choose a Live Photo from the device's camera roll, touch the image preview and it would eventually convert into a Boomerang. Once satisfied, just post it and share immediately to your followers.

But unlike the color gamut features, the Live Photo could be accessed by anyone who's owning Instagram. You do not need to update your app to enjoy the said feature as it would automatically update and activate.

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