Apple’s latest iPhone ad is a different kind of portrait mode “fail”

Portrait mode is an inconvenience between two parents in Apple's latest iPhone ad, which should be one of the fun places made by the company. In an ad, a mother is swiping a picture of the child. The other child knows that the child is blurred and can not be recognized as the personality mode of the iPhone. She asks: "Did you look at my child?" The following dialog shows how you can undo or turn off the effect so that you can focus on both children. But the damage is already over.

Consider your bokeh and people. This is also advice for Android because many devices now provide adjustable portrait blur. Apple generally does not have an awkward sense of humor through marketing, but I'm jumping into it. "Why do you hate Jacob?" He made a pretty good impression on me.

I am still sticking to the normal camera mode. Maybe it will change if there is a child.

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