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Next Generation iPhone Will Be Able To Record 720p HD Video

May 5th, 2010 05:27 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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MacRumors is reporting that they’ve discovered references in iPhone OS 4.0 SDK Beta 3 that indicates that Apple’s new iPhone will be able to record videos at 1280×720 HD resolution instead of the 640×480 VGA resolution possible in iPhone 3GS.

iPhone OS 3.2 SDK had also revealed that the next generation iPhone might do 720p HD video recording.

MacRumors has discovered the following preset values in iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 3 SDK in one of the new APIs introduced in iPhone OS 4.0 that gives developers full access to video capture data:

AVCaptureSessionPreset640x480
AVCaptureSessionPreset1280x720

These preset values suggests that Apple’s fourth generation iPhone will be able to able to capture videos at 1280×720 HD resolution.

This could be another reason why Apple’s fourth generation might be called iPhone HD.

Do you think HD video recording will be one of the killer features of the next iPhone?

[via MacRumors]

Source: Next Generation iPhone Will Be Able To Record 720p HD Video

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