One of the stand-out features of the iPhone 5s was the 120fps slow-motion video, and the iPhone 6/Plus took this even further, allowing silky-smooth 240fps video at 720p. Sharing that video, however, isn’t always easy: many online services don’t recognize that the video is slo-mo, and play it instead at full speed.

There are clunky workarounds, but these are no longer needed for Twitter: upload slo-mo video from your iPhone 5s, 6 or 6 Plus and it now plays at the correct speed … 

You don’t need to do anything special – just add the video to your tweet in the usual way, and Twitter identifies it as slow-motion footage so that the most mundane moment will look as beautiful to your twitter followers as it does on your iPhone.

Twitter also rolled-out embedded tweets to iPhone users earlier this week, allowing you to add up to 116 characters of comment when retweeting, no matter how long the original tweet

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