Is the upper model of iPhone 12 compatible with 4K/240fps video shooting?

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It seems that a setting indicating that the upper model of the iPhone 12 that is expected to be released this fall is compatible with 4K/120fps and 4K/240fps video shooting has been discovered from iOS14, which is currently released in beta for developers.

Is it compatible with 4K/120fps and 4K/240fps video recording?

At least some models of the iPhone 12 series have 4K/120fps (120 frames per second), according to Philip Koroy of YouTube channel EverythingApplePro and Max Weinback, who is sharing the channel. Meaning) and 4K/240fps (same 240) video recording is supported. By the way, the current iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max is up to 60 fps in 4K, and 240 fps can be up to 1080p.

However, according to Pine (@PineLeaks) who also analyzed iOS 14 beta, both 4K/120fps and 4K/240fps video shooting functions are for slow motion shooting, and 4K/120fps can be selected for normal video shooting. I post to Twitter that 4K/240fps is probably not available, although it is possible.

Rumors that iPhone 12 Pro series has ProMotion display

Higher video frame rates may also be linked to a series of recent rumors that the iPhone 12 Series Pro models will have a 120Hz refresh rate display.

In the earlier video of Everything Apple Pro, Weinbach said the iPhone12 Pro/Pro Max will have a ProMotion display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

However, according to the latest information he obtained, the ProMotion display for the iPhone 12 Pro/Pro Max (6.1 inches and 6.7 inches) has passed only 4 out of 5 tests that Apple will carry out before commercialization. Since it is not there, it is said that it is not yet decided whether it will actually be installed.

Source:EverythingApplePro via 9to5Mac

Source: iPhone Mania

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