Apple's Latest iPhone 15 Pro Revolutionizes Video Capture with Spatial Technology
Apple has announced the introduction of spatial video capture on the iPhone 15 Pro. This new feature will allow users to record spatial videos and relive those moments on Apple Vision Pro. The spatial videos will be available starting early next year.
The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max feature powerful camera systems, including the best video quality in any smartphone. Spatial videos can be captured in 1080p at 30 frames per second in standard dynamic range. With advanced computational videography techniques and HEVC compression, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max deliver stunning spatial memories in a compact file size.
Capturing spatial videos on the iPhone is as easy as capturing regular videos. Users can enable spatial video capture in the Settings, open the Camera app in Video mode, rotate the iPhone to landscape orientation, tap the spatial video icon, and then tap record. The iPhone will record video from both the Main and Ultra Wide cameras and save it into a single video file.
Spatial videos can be viewed on the iPhone and other devices as regular 2D videos. They can be watched or shared using apps like Messages. All spatial videos can be found in a new Spatial album in the Photos app and will sync across devices with iCloud.
On Apple Vision Pro, spatial videos come to life with brilliant color and detail. Users can view their videos at life-size scale and play them in a window or in an immersive view. Spatial video capture on the iPhone arrives ahead of the debut of Apple Vision Pro, allowing users to capture and enjoy moments with family and friends from day one.
Apple is setting a new bar for what’s possible with spatial video capture and invites users to experience this magical feature on Apple Vision Pro. The company is excited to bring spatial videos to life and enable users to relive special moments in remarkable depth.