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We know that the cameras of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus can capture so-called Live Photos, but the places where they can be shared and viewed by other people, are quite limited. This is changing because Facebook now supports uploading and sharing of of Live Photos. The live pictures are actually short video clips lasting a second and a half. When the function is activated, iPhone shoot several frames before and after taking the picture.

After the last update of the Facebook app for iOS, Live Photos will be upload and share just as normal images. Once you have uploaded a live picture in the right corner of the screen you’ll see a button for its activation, if you don’t press it, it will be uploaded as a normal image.

Live images can be viewed on the wall of the user by Force Touch with iPhone 6s / 6s Plus, or by tapping and holding the screen for older iPhone models or iPad running iOS 9.
Mac-s running OS X El Capitan, can see live pictures, but they have to be imported in Photos app. They can be reviewed and on Apple Watch. Apple TV supports live photos via AirPlay from an iOS device.

For this who use an older version of iOS, OS X, Android OS or Windows, you’ll only see them as normal images. Facebook says that the update with Live Photos will be released gradually, some users already take advantage of it, but others will have to wait until the end of the year.

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