Apple finally supports simultaneous multi-camera mode in iOS 13 and iPadOS, a feature that has been available on some Android smartphones and Macs for years.
However, according to Apple, this feature is only supported on some new generation iPhone models like iPhone XR, iPhone XS / XS Max and iPad Pro (via iPadOS).
In addition, Apple also shares ways that users can combine multiple cameras on supported iPhone models. Accordingly, you can use both the main camera and telephoto camera on the back of the iPhone or the main camera and the selfie camera on the front. Even, there are combinations that will allow you to use TrueDepth selfie camera.
And when Apple announced the 2019 iPhone generation this fall, it is expected to be adding a super wide-angle sensor, so users will have a more enjoyable experience with this new feature. It is known that Multi-cam feature will support taking photos, recording videos from multiple cameras at the same time.
Below is a detailed analysis of the video resolution and high resolution that will be available in this new feature. Apple is expected to release the Multi-cam API soon as part of iOS 13 so developers can add this feature to their applications or create new features, especially for multiple cameras.
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