With the release of iOS 13.2, Apple has finally added the ability to change the resolution and frame rate of video recordings from within the Camera app. As noted by The Verge, however, the new feature is currently only available to owners of the new iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max devices.
Previously, users had to open the Settings app, navigate to the camera menu, and then select the “record video” menu, before finally adjusting the video recording resolution and frame rate.
But now, iPhone 11 owners can simply tap on the top right corner to toggle between 4K and HD (1080p), as well as adjust the frame rate to either 30 or 60 fps for HD video, or 30, 60, and 24 fps for 4K.
It remains unknown at this point why Apple has decided to limit this useful feature to the iPhone 11 lineup only.
Alongside the new video settings, iOS 13.2 also brings the highly anticipated ‘Deep Fusion’ photography mode for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro users.