HomePod firmware hints iPhone 8 to record 4K videos at 60fps.

Incredible! Various online sites have been exploring the HomePod firmware leak code to find clues of what the upcoming iPhone 8 might come with.

Several features from the HomePod firmware code like the Apple Pay authentication using facial recognition, SmartCam, a 6.5-inch Retina display and the ability to ‘tap to wake’ the display has filled the web. Yes, and this time, there is a more interesting leak – the ability to record 4K videos at 60fts with front and rear cameras.

This leak comes after a Portuguese news site iHelp spotted on the Apple HomePod firmware leaked code that the iPhone 8 might come with the ability to shoot 4K videos at 60fps.

Not only that. The leaks from the code also show both the iPhone 8 back and front camera will have this ability. This is an interesting news from Apple technology advancements as this feature will also support Apple’s new HEVC file type (which will take much lesser space on your phone)

The earlier release of Apple’s smartphones like the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus supports 4K video at 30fps on the rear camera only. And a video resolution at the front which is limited to 1080p.

iPhone 8 HomePod Leaks. What else to expect?

Several leaks depict many features of the next version of iPhone. Though not all will come true, the obvious and more interesting are highly anticipated.

The likes of better waterproofing, wireless charging, A11 chip, and iOS 11 as well as expected to sport a bezel-less OLED display are all that will come true.

Rumors around OnLeaks tips that iPhone 8 mass production has begun and iPhone 8 is on its truck with the suggestion of being released soon after being unveiled early this September. While this is expected to be true, more iPhone 8 genuine leaks are expected to give more clarity of what the smartphone entails.


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