Let’s find out about the 4K videos on iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus smartphones in this post.
Apple is well known for introducing new features and upgrading the existing ones every time a new iPhone or iPad or any other Apple product is launched. A few days ago, the Cupertino company launched its latest prestigious smartphones, iPhone X, iPhone8 and iPhone 8 Plus. These mobiles are powered by an upgraded A11 Bionic chip that is all set to make the Augmented Reality a truth in the latest iOS devices.
The inclusion of this processor has also upgraded the way we capture the videos. Yes, I am talking about the ability to record 4K videos at 60 fps and slow-motion videos at 240 fps with 1080p resolution which will take the videos you’d shoot from now to a whole another level. Don’t you want to know how it’s done? Well, don’t worry. Because the rest of this post will answer that query.
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How to record 4K videos at 60 FPS on iPhone X and iPhone 8/iPhone 8 Plus?
- You probably know this way and it’s very easy.
- All you have to do is just head to the Settings > Camera and choose the video mode that you would like to record your videos with.
- You can also try all the other available modes from here.
- But, you must note that recording a 4K video at 60 FPS will take at least 400 MB of your space per minute. So check the available space first and make sure that you have some before you start recording the videos at this resolution.
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