Apple has shared an ad on its main YouTube channel this morning to promote the iPhone X’s Animoji feature ahead of Monday’s WWDC keynote, which starts at 10.00am Pacific Time.
Titled „Animoji: Taxi Driver„, the one-minute short features three Animoji faces singing along to the track „Citizen Kane“ by Korean band HYUKOH.
Bear Face Animoji takes the lead role in the lip synced song, with backing vocals provided by Chicken and Dragon Face, as the disembodied trio travel through a neon-soaked Hong Kong cityscape.
The ad was originally uploaded to Apple’s Korean YouTube channel on May 21, but the fact that Apple has [...]
Apple yesterday shared a new Animoji karaoke ad on its Korean YouTube channel to highlight the newly released „Citizen Kane“ single from Korean indie group HYUKOH.
As with previous Animoji karaoke songs Apple has shared, the new spot features Apple’s Animoji characters lip syncing to the new song.
HYUKOH’s „Citizen Kane“ single comes ahead of the planned release of the group’s newest album on May 31.
Apple first adopted Animoji karaoke for two ads that were created for the 2018 Grammys, with Apple’s characters singing „Redbone“ by Childish Gambino and „Stir Fry“ from Migos.
If you have an iPhone X, you’re probably well aware of the Animoji feature within the Messages app, which is designed to let you send cute little animated videos of emoji animals that adopt your facial expressions and voice.
What you might not have known, though, is that Animoji can also be used as simple stickers. You can send a still Animoji image in Messages as a reaction, or use it like other iMessage stickers.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos.Sending a Still Animoji
Sending a non-animated Animoji with a custom expression is pretty simple — you just need to tap.Open a Messages conversation.
With its new Galaxy S9 and S9+, Samsung debuted AR Emoji, a feature that mimics Animoji, the animated emoji characters that Apple introduced alongside the iPhone X.
In our latest YouTube video, we compared Samsung’s new AR Emoji on the Galaxy S9 to Apple’s Animoji on the iPhone X to check out the similarities and differences between the two features.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Apple’s Animoji are enabled through the TrueDepth camera system, which is Apple’s 3D facial recognition feature that maps out a user’s facial features. The TrueDepth camera analyzes more than 50 muscle movements in different areas [...]