Polaroid has updated its 600 film and photo-editing software for the 2018 season to work with the iPhone 8, the company announced today.
The update also improves the image quality of the Polaroid 6300 film and allows users to record and edit the photos using the new iOS 11 software.
Polaroid’s 600 film is one of the few products that is capable of taking photos from any angle, but it has a limited viewing angle and has a relatively slow shutter speed.
It’s also susceptible to dust, and dust buildup is what caused some of the photos in the 2018 Polaroid collection to look grainy.
In 2018, Polaroid introduced a new camera for the 600 series.
The new camera has a smaller, fatter, lower resolution sensor and better color and contrast.
The camera is now also capable of shooting 1080p video.
The company also introduced new digital video capture for the Polaroids 600 series, including support for both 1080p and Full HD video, the first time that Apple has included support for this format on an iPhone.
According to the company, the new software updates will allow the 600 film to work better with iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.
The company also said that the software is compatible with the new iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 8.
Polaroids 600 film also now supports Apple Pay.