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Just in time for the arrival of the iPhone 12, Apple's free video editor gets a significant upgrade for everyone.
Apple on Tuesday released updates to iMovie for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad. The update includes now comic-based filters that give your video an “hand-drawn look.”
GoPro are now combining two of their best accessories into a single standalone act.
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