Latest Apple Smartphone iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus which runs on iOS 8 brings more improvement in Camera, you know both the devices offerings 60 frames per second capturing videos and also features a speeds for slow-motion video.
when slow motion speed on iPhone 6 on the iPhone line, the videos were captured at 120 FPS. When played back at the normal 30 fps rate, the video was slowed down four fold, providing the slow-motion effect. The new iPhones still offer 120 FPS slow-motion capturing, along with the new default of 240 FPS. To Toggle between the two different speeds, you need to launch the Camera app and swipe to the right until the “SLO-MO” option is selected.
In the above picture we can see the viewfinder which is at the corner and it will be either 120 frames per second or 240 frames per second. Whichever listing is shown is the current speed at which the device will capture slow-motion footage. To change to the alternate option you just tap on the label which is very simple. The label changes each time you tap it, representing the current setting. Stay tune for more tips and tutorials.