Apple 'iPhone 8' front and rear cameras to record 4K video at 60fps, firmware suggests
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Lines of code discovered by iHelp BR on Thursdaypotential high-resolution recording capabilities for both front and rear shooters, specifically “4K60Video” support.
References to the function appear in a block of code related to HEVC, or H.265, encoding, a next-generation video codec due to arrive in both iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra. The advanced algorithms included in HEVC keep file sizes small while maintaining high levels of quality, a benefit for 4K video systems deployed in devices with limited storage or processing power.
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