The upcoming iPhone 12 series might have an option to record 4K videos at 240FP, according to a new source code found inside iOS 14 Beta 1. The new format will be joined by a 4K at 120FPS option. The report comes courtesy of PineLeaks and EverythingApplePro and details 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.
In accordance to that, we believe that the upcoming iPhone will allow for 4k 120 FPS native video recording.
— Pine (@PineLeaks) June 29, 2020
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.
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