If the user can activate the playback controls and more, some of the parameters that can be used include the locations of the photo and video components of a Live Photo, whether or not the player will prefetch data before the user attempts to begin playback.
The browsers support the player included: iOS -Safari and Chrome; macOS—Safari, Chrome, and Firefox; Android —Chrome (beta); Windows—Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Internet Explorer 11.
You should specify the height and width of the HTML element being decorated to be a Live Photos player because Live Photos may take a long time to download. According to the firm, the photo will not be able to show the progress badge if it takes too long.
There are two components in Live Photos, including a photo and a video of the moments 1.5 seconds before and 1.5 seconds after the photo is taken. You can capture Live Photos on iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus.
You can view Live Photos by supported devices such as iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with iOS 9 or later, Mac models with OS X El Capitan or later and Apple Watch models on watchOS 2 or later. According to the Cupertino company, user can share their Live Photos within their app on iOS besides playback.