A new iPhone app has been unveiled that allows you to capture 4K video with a smartphone or tablet, and now the latest iPhone firmware update will let you record 4K at up to 60 frames per second (fps).
According to Apple’s documentation for the iPhone firmware 5.1.2, the new feature allows users to record 4k footage of any iPhone app or video content without having to use an external capture device.
The new feature, which is currently available only on the iPhone X, will allow users to “record 4K, 4K in high-quality, 4k in low-quality video in a single app, and 4K for a single viewing.”
The video quality will vary based on the video app and video source, and users will have to use a camera app that supports HDR mode.
The feature can also be used with a “smart camera,” which allows users with the iPhone to capture video at high-speed while still keeping the app in focus.
It will also be possible to capture high-definition 4K footage while using a smartphone and monitor its output from the smartphone app.
As with the 1080p 1080p 4K recording feature found in Apple’s Mac OS X High Sierra update, the 4K capturing feature is only available in the iPhone’s new iOS 10 beta, which was released earlier this month.
The iOS 10 release also includes a new feature called “Live Photos” which allows the user to capture the same video in multiple videos with the ability to adjust the audio level to achieve the best picture quality.
Apple’s iPhone video app for video content and the iPhone app for photos will also continue to be supported in the new iPhone firmware.