After the next generation of the Apple iPhone was discovered in in the latest iPhone SDK, the guys over at Engadget have found out some more details of the next iPhone, which could point to it having the ability to record and playback HD video in 720P.
Details have emerged that the new model spotted will allow for videos as wide as 1280 pixels and a total of 921,000 pixel count which could equate to a resolution of 1280 x 720, which is the same as HD video in 720p.
It is not clear whether the next generation iPhone will be able to record and playback HD video or juts play them back, if it did both a wonder what Apple would call the next generation iPhone, could they possibly call it the iPhone HD?
I guess we will just have to wait until we get some official word from Apple, lets hope the next generation iPhone does have HD video playback at least.
Engadget via Electronista
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