The latest version of iPhone, iPhone 8 is all set to have amazing front and rear cameras that can record 4K videos at 60fps. Ever since many leaks have appeared online, many websites are trying to figure out the features that the latest version of iPhone will offer to users. Many features have already been noticed like SmartCam, facial recognition while the real deal is the Apple’s new imaging game.
The latest iPhone 8 is said to have both front and back cameras tipped to support 4K videos. While the current iPhones can shoot with front cameras at 1080p resolution, iPhone 8 will be able to record 4K videos at 60fps. According to many technology review sites, iPhone 8 will have not just the front camera but also the back camera with an ability to shoot 4K videos at 60fps.
Since this iPhone 8 will be the tenth-anniversary edition of the iPhones, there some serious upgrades and innovation expected. The significant upgrades will also be in terms of design and specifications. The 4K video in the latest iPhone 8 will also support Apple’s new HEVC file type which takes up lesser space on your device. This comes as a revelation because 4K videos tend to take a lot of space on your phone earlier on. Add to this the 60fps feature which will help in better tracking of faces and points while making videos and taking pictures.
The feature is something that iPhone lovers have been waiting for quite some time especially iPhone 7 and iPhone 7Plus users. The previous two versions of the phone have 4K video @30fps only on the rear camera and the video resolution is also limited to 1080p. This, however, is all set to change with the latest iPhone 8 that has an almost bezel-less OLED display, improved waterproofing, wireless charging, and run on the latest iOS 11.