Last week
Apple released Homepod firmware in which it accidentally revealed so many
features of upcoming iPhone 8 like 3X Retina Display, Tap to Wake Support and
more. Now the Brazilian Outlet iHelp found out that iPhone 8 will be feature 4K
video recording at 60 Frames Per Second on both rear and front camera.
The Brazilian Outlet iHelp found out that iPhone 8 will be feature 4K video recording at 60 Frames Per Second on both rear and front camera.
If this turned
out to be true then iPhone 8 will be the first smartphone to record 4k video at
60FPS via front and rear camera. Currently 4K video recording is available at
30 Frames Per Second on rear camera only.
The previous
code strings from HomePod firmware suggested that iPhone 8’s camera could gain
an upgrade with the ability to change the camera settings according to the
environmental objects. Now the report from iHelp even confirms that iPhone 8’s
camera is going to be huge as it could add 4K video recording capability at 60
Frames Per second and even more feature.
iPhone 8
launch is near and we could possibly get to see more rumors and news like this.
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Source: iHelp