Apple’s next-gen iPhone to record 1280×720 HD video?

invisibleSHIELD case for iPadArnold Kim reports for MacRumors, “One of the many new features provided to developers in iPhone OS 4 are new APIs that give developers full access to Video capture data.”

“This could open the door to some interesting apps including Video Capture/Editing and more robust Augmented Reality apps when iPhone OS 4 finally becomes available to the public,” Kim reports.

“The iPhone 4 Beta SDK, however, also reveals the ability to capture video at higher resolutions than the current standard 640×480 (‘VGA’) resolution,” Kim reports. “These preset values suggest that a future iPhone will be able to capture at 720p (1280×720) resolution.”

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Andrew W.” for the heads up.]

10 Comments

  1. @iPhonExtreme
    You know Apple doesn’t do anything until:

    1. They can do it right(the iPad)

    2. It as good as it’s going to get at the present moment(the iPhone)

    3. It’s as good as Apple thinks it should be (the round mouse and the one button mouse)

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