The iPhone 8 could record slow motion at Full HD resolution - 1080p rather than 720p like the iPhone 7 - NewCydiaTweaks

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Friday, August 11, 2017

The iPhone 8 could record slow motion at Full HD resolution - 1080p rather than 720p like the iPhone 7


That beta version of iOS 11.0.2 published by mistake for the HomePod is turning out to be a real gold mine with hints of what Apple could present within a month on the next iPhone model. Juicy details appear every day It is an iOS version that Apple did not edit to remove all references to the news that will be presented a few months later. So, now we learn that the iPhone 8 could have the ability to record in slow motion at 1080p / Full HD resolution .
The iPhone 7, can only record in slow motion at 720p resolution , lower compared to 1080p. Slow motion requires recording 240 frames in a second and therefore, in addition to a sensor fast enough for the scene to look good, you also need a very powerful CPU to process so much data in such a short time. It seems that the iPhone 8 will have a processor capable of this incredible task of recording 240 frames per second at 1080p resolution .
The references have been found, like others before, by the developer Guilherme Rambo . Little by little, next to Steven Troughton Smith , they are published on Twitter . On these lines, we can find those references to the recording at 240 frames per second in 1080p resolution while also referring to an HDR mode called Modern HDR , which perhaps could refer to a new improved HDR mode on which we have come Using so far in the iOS Camera App.
That the test version of iOS 11.0.2 has these references does not mean that Apple will eventually get it to market like this, but it is clear that if at this point, a little more than a month after the final release, a very advanced version IOS 11.0.2 mentions APIs and features we do not know, is that they will most likely be coming soon, on new hardware ... which of course, we all expect it to be the iPhone 8, or iPhone Pro ... or whatever Apple finally calls it 

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