On the stage of WWDC 2019 event, Apple officially unveiled iOS 13. The latest version of iOS has a series of new features including the ability to rotate recorded videos right in the Photos app.
Before that, when you need to rotate the recorded video, iOS users will have to resort to iMovies or third-party applications. However, with iOS 13, this will be done right in the Photos app, without support from other applications.
The new video rotation feature was introduced by Apple software director, Craig Federighi, while reviewing new features will be available on iOS 13's Photos and Photos app. These new features include effects and New filter for portrait mode. Even iOS 13, for the first time, allows users to add effects and filters when recording videos.
"Currently, for the first time, you can rotate the video," Federighi excitedly introduced while the audience applauded warmly.
IMovies application can allow users to rotate videos but you need to install it to your iOS device. Other common applications used by iOS users to rotate videos include Video Rotate and Flip …
However, the ability to rotate videos right in Photos application will be much more useful for iOS users. Expected, iOS 13 will be released to users this fall while the beta version for developers can be downloaded from today (June 4).