Apple’s Clips app released for iPhone and iPad in April, 2017 is a new social video editing app that combines video, photos, music w/ animated captions & effects.
Clips Overview Updated November 28, 2020
Apple's social video editing app for iPhone and iPad
20 'Clips' stories
August 2013 - November 2020
Clips Stories November 28, 2020
Apple recently updated its Clips app adding several exciting features. The new changes include a refreshed user interface, the ability to record in both vertical and horizontal aspect ratios, and is optimized to record and share in Dolby Vision HDR with the new iPhone 12 family of devices. What I don’t think most people realize is that Clips usage in K-12 has skyrocketed since its release. Particularly when many students are studying virtually, Clips has become a simple way to share what you’re learning if you’re a student. If you’re a teacher, it’s a simple way to share a quick lesson or reminder with your students.
Clips Stories October 28, 2020
We haven’t heard from Apple’s Clips app in a while but today the company says it has released the app’s biggest update yet. New features and changes include a refreshed user interface, the ability to record in both vertical and horizontal aspect ratios, and is optimized to record and share in Dolby Vision HDR with the new iPhone 12 lineup.
Clips Stories April 7, 2020
Clips Stories December 5, 2019
Apple is updating its Clips video creation app with a handful of new features. The app, which focuses on short-form video creation, now includes support for Memoji and Animoji characters, and more.
Clips Stories April 2, 2019
Apple’s Clips app upgraded with retro camcorder filter, new stickers, Live Titles, ClassKit support, more
Apple’s video editing app, Clips, has been updated today with a range of new features including a retro camcorder filter, new posters, stickers, Live Titles, ClassKit support, and more.
Clips Stories November 7, 2018
Apple’s Clips app for iPhone and iPad has been updated with new creative assets including content from Pixar’s Incredibles 2 movie. The latest update includes six more Selfie Scenes that use the TrueDepth camera on the latest iPhones and iPad Pros, and the new version powers them with the Neutral Engine on the new A12 Bionic Chip.