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Location services are on and I even tried clearing the storage/cache in the Google app then rebooting. Any thoughts how to return the weather aside from heartfelt words? (already tried)
Having to google search "weather" just to bring up the weather isn't worth living for..
Hi folks - just wondering if anyone out there is having similar issues to me...
I've done a clean install (TWICE!) of the November images onto my Pixel 2 XL - and it's not good at all. The whole phone feels slow and laggy, I'm getting shoccking poor battery life and Google Play Services is responsible for 15-20% of my battery drain.
Has anyone else had similar issues?
At the Pixel 4 keynote, they showed a photo of the Golden Gate Bridge, and then revealed that it was taken with max zoom. They then pretty quickly moved on.
I know the drill of digital vs. optical zoom, but digital zoom with real time software manipulation is essentially its own new category.
I was taking photos with the Pixel 4 at the Zoo, and even on full zoom, as long as you aren’t moving around (don’t need a tripod or anything, just stand still) and the subject isn’t moving too much, the photos actually come out pretty great.
Here are 3 photos, with 2 zoomed in and 1 not zoomed in to show how far the gorilla was, although you still can’t really tell because there was about another 15 feet that isn’t in the shot.
The iPhone 11 Pro has also improved it’s “fake zoom” too, although I would definitely still recommend taking the 2x photo and then cropping the photo, vs. pinching to zoom past 2x.
The Pixel 4, like they said in the keynote, turns out better photos if you pinch to zoom past the optical limit, than if you take a 2x photo and then crop it later.
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