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Apple iPhone 15 Pro to get Spatial Video capture with iOS 17.2 update, Details

The capacity to capture spatial videos with the iPhone 15 Pro for viewing in the upcoming Vision Pro mixed reality headset is one of the features included in the most recent beta version of iOS 17, which Apple is now rolling out.

Apple iPhone 15 Pro to get Spatial Video capture with iOS 17.2 update, Details

Apple iPhone 15 Pro: A new iOS 17.2 beta version that was released today allows users of the iPhone 15 Pro to configure their video capture to record spatial video for Apple Vision Pro. After iOS 17.2 comes out from beta, all owners of the iPhone 15 Pro will finally be able to use the feature. In this article, we will tell you all you need to know about this feature.

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Spatial Video

The iPhone 15 Pro will now be able to take and view spatial images and movies using the Vision Pro headset thanks to this update. The smartphone’s ultra-wide and primary cameras can be used to produce 3D films and images.
Apple has provided an explanation, as reported by 9to5Mac: “Record spatial video with remarkable depth for viewing in the Photos app on Apple Vision Pro. For best results, keep the iPhone in landscape orientation and stable while recording. Video is recorded at 30 fps at 1080p. A minute of spatial video is approximately 130 MB.”

How to enable it?

In order to capture spatial video with the iPhone 15 Pro, users must open the Settings app, choose Camera, and then turn on the Spatial Video for Apple Vision Pro toggle. When the camera is set to Video, the “Spatial” option will show up the next time the Camera app opens.

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