According to a new source code found inside iOS 14 Beta 1, the iPhone 12 series will have an option to record 4K videos at 240FPS. The new format will be joined by a 4K at 120FPS option. The report comes courtesy of PineLeaks and EverythingApplePro and details that that the 4K at 240FPS option will likely be limited to slow-motion while the 4K at 120FPS could be available for regular video recordings.
As stated in the report, together with @EveryApplePro, we were able to discover evidence of 4k 120 and 4k 240 FPS video modes inside the latest iOS 14 Beta 1 filesystem.— Pine (@PineLeaks) June 29, 2020
In accordance to that, we believe that the upcoming iPhone will allow for 4k 120 FPS native video recording.
The iPhone 11 series can capture 4K videos at 60FPS and slow-mo 240FPS ones at 1080P resolution. The iPhone 12 series is expected to arrive in 5 varieties with two vanilla versions and two Pro versions all with 5G as well as an entry-level LTE iPhone 12. The standard iPhone 12 is expected to come with a 5.4-inch OLED display and A14 Bionic chip.
There’s also the 12 and 12 Max with 5G and their Pro counterparts which will gain ProMotion 120Hz refresh rate displays. In terms of the cameras, rumors suggest the entry-level phones are expected to come with dual shooters while the flagships will have four modules, with a dedicated telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom.
Yeah bruv, IPC does not exist, CPU speed is all about GHz.
Grats recording 4k video with a 64GB disk space phone makes zero sense. As long as they dont support memory cards anything above 720p is completely useless because 7 mins video will cost like 100GB of disk space when 4K recording will be on. .
you reminds me of the indian guy at Gitex Dubai, who claimed to be a software engineer... he tried to convince me of buying the more expensive router coz it says on the box "Ultra fast processor"... while the other router slightly cheaper ...