iOS 8 has many new features where it has the option enabling 60 fps video recording. But by default both the latest devices iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus which runs on iOS 8 has 30 frames per second arrangement with a few taps, how ever you can enable the new frame rate. If you are not aware of this feature then follow this article brings you clear information which helps you to enable 60 Frames per Second Video recording.
Steps to enable 60 fps Video recording on iphone 6 and iPhone 6 plus
- Initially open the setting application on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 plus.
- In the settings scroll down and tap on photos and camera.
- Once you tap on the photos and camera, list of options will appear in that navigate 60 fps and enable that option.
While shooting the video with 60 fps we can see the difference all the videos will be smoother. If you are capturing videos through this new feature then the size of the videos also increases. Only drawback is the video requires more size if you wants to save. you can always hop back into settings and turn 60 FPS capturing off.