Apple has finally launched the option to modify the resolution and frame rate of video recordings in camera application in the newly unveiled iOS 13.2, solving one of the most annoying issues when shooting video on an iOS device.
However, this new feature only works on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. It is still not a bigger update than the new Deep Fusion “sweater mode”, but it is amazing as well.
Right now, rather than exiting the camera application, accessing the Settings app, navigating to the camera menu, choosing “record video,” and then finally choosing your video mode and frame rate, you can just click on the top right corner.
Clicking the left side icon toggles between 4K and HD (1080p), but the right side icon lets you toggle frame rate (either 30 or 60 fps for HD video, or 30, 60, and 24 fps for 4K).
The one major question here is why Apple is restricting this amazing feature to the iPhone 11 lineup. But if you are an angry iPhone videographer, this is one more reason to upgrade.
More Information About iOS 13
iOS 13 is the thirteenth major release of the iOS mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc. for its iPhone and iPod Touch lines. The successor of iOS 12 on iPhone and iPod Touch, it was announced at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 3, 2019, and was released on September 19, 2019.
iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 were introduced by software engineering director Craig Federighi at the WWDC keynote address on June 3, 2019.
The first beta was made available to registered developers after the keynote. The second beta was released to registered developers on June 18, 2019, and the first public beta was released on June 24, 2019.
iOS 13 changes the handling of location data. When an app requests access to location, the user chooses whether to grant access whenever they are using the app, or only once. The user will receive similar prompts for background location access, and when an app requests access to Bluetooth or Wi-Fi (which may also be used for non-consensual location tracking).
In August 2019, it was reported that beginning in April 2020, the PushKit API for VoIP will be restricted to internet telephone usage, closing a “loophole” that had been used by other apps for background data collection.
Siri uses a software-generated voice called “Neural TTS”, intended to sound more natural than previous versions that use clips of human voices. Siri also became more functional and new sound control is available. The Siri Shortcuts app is installed by default. Siri also uses HomePods to learn and recognize the voices of different people. It is also possible for Siri to automatically read incoming messages aloud on AirPods.
There you have it – a comprehensive tutorial on how to change the video resolution in the Camera App In iOS 13.2