Blur is the new black in Apple’s latest iPhone ads

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iPhone Depth Control
iOS 12.3.2 will bring depth back to your Portrait photos.
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Apple debuted an ad showing off the Depth Control feature on the new X-class iPhones, a 38-second subliminal sales pitch to get you thinking of an upgrade.

The iPhone XR and XS handsets offer the computational equivalent of shallow depth of field, where a blurred background can make portrait subject stand out.

Protect your privacy with ephemeral email addresses [Deals]

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Blur
It's easier than you think to protect your identity.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

Think of someone burning an address on a folded slip of flash paper and maybe you imagine a bad guy in a gangster movie. But it’s an approach that’s good for anybody who wants to keep their information private, and Blur does the digital equivalent.

It’s a surefire way to keep your digital dealing private and secure, and right now it’s only $29 for a two-year subscription.