Since the release of the latest Apple iOS 7 preview 3 to developers indications of new features have been coming to light and one instructing feature that might make an appearance on the nextApple iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 smartphone is a slow motion feature.
Developers over at 9to5 Mac with access to the latest Apple iOS 7 preview 3 have discovered code that suggests the next generation Apple iPhone 5S could include a new “Mogul” camera mode, which could offer video recording at a rate of 120 frames-per-second.
“According to our analysis and testing of the Apple iOS 7 code, “Mogul” is a feature in development that allows the iPhone to capture video at an exceptionally fast and precise rate. Specifically, our testing indicates that the feature can allow the iPhone to record video at a rate of 120 frames-per-second (FPS). The resolution at which this 120FPS video could be recorded at, however, is currently unclear.”
Slow motion features are not a new occurrence and are already included on Apple biggest competitors smartphone the Samsung Galaxy S4. Check out the video below to see footage captured at 120fps on the new Samsung Galaxy Camera to get an idea of what the new iPhone feature could offer users.
As more information is released regards the new Apple iPhone 5S, Apple iOS 7 features or it new slow motion mode we will keep you updated.
Source: Mac Rumours
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