The iPhone 8 would have support for 4k videos on the front and rear cameras - NewCydiaTweaks


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Friday, August 4, 2017

The iPhone 8 would have support for 4k videos on the front and rear cameras

This week started very moved by the leaks of the iPhone 8 that came to light following the firmware of the HomePod. And although important aspects of what the camera of the next Apple flagship has already been named, there are still more. According to the Portuguese site iHelp, there is a code indicating that the iPhone 8 will have support for 4K videos with videos at 60 FPS for the front and rear cameras.
If this speculation is true, the difference in video playback quality between the iPhone 8 and its predecessor would be really significant. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus support 4K video only with the rear camera, with 30 FPS. Meanwhile, the front camera is limited to 1080p.

IPhone 8 with support for 4k in front and rear cameras

The information pointed out by iHelp has also revealed that 4K video from the rear and front cameras will also support the new type of Apple's HEVC file , reducing the file size by half, which would be absolutely necessary in content of this resolution.
Although this assertion is based on the clues that have been analyzed of fragmented HomePod firmware codes, it is not surprising that the iPhone of this 2017 has this and other interesting features such as facial recognition and other elements based on Artificial Intelligence And in Augmented Reality; As it is precisely the camera, one of the strong that usually exploit those of Cupertino in each new edition of its best-selling device.

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