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Spectre long exposure camera app sees first major update with support for older iPhones, more

[2019-03-14 19:36:13]

Halide’s creators successfully launched their new AI-powered long exposure camera app for iPhone called Spectre last month. Now they’ve released the first major update which brings stabilization support to iPhone 7, 6s, and SE, higher resolution for Live Photo mode, and more. The post Spectre long exposure camera app sees first major update with support for older iPhones, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Spectre long exposure camera app sees first major update with support for older iPhones, more


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