iMovie gets new features for iPad and iPhone

Apple has updated its mobile video editing app iMovie with new features.

iMovie on iPad and iPhone

iMovie Update 3.0 is rolling out today, with massive updates to the iPad and iPhone. Storyboards are the latest addition to replacing blank timelines with 20 unique themes ranging from news stories to cooking tutorials and more.

Each storyboard has a list of requirements that are set up to tell a story. Video suggestions and placeholders are also included.

Within Storyboard, users can reorder, delete, and add photos, and integrate personal design preferences such as filters, fonts, titles, and more. The app makes sure the music fits the length of the video while allowing a degree of control for volume, cropping and splitting segments

In addition to Storyboards, Apple has added “Magic Movie” for automatically adjusted videos. It is similar to Memories in that users can choose videos or images and then let Magic Movie identify and create the video.

iMovie 3.0 is now available and requires iOS 15.2 and later.

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