Next Generation iPhone Will Be Able To Record 720p HD Video
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.
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:
These preset values suggests that Apple’s fourth generation iPhone will be able to able to capture videos at 1280×720 HD resolution.
Do you think HD video recording will be one of the killer features of the next iPhone?
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