Revolutionize Your Videos: iPhone 15 Pro Introduces Spatial Video Capture with iOS 17.2

In exciting news for iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max users, the much-anticipated spatial video capture feature has finally arrived with the latest iOS 17.2 update. This feature, which was teased back in September, allows users to record their favorite moments in three dimensions.

According to Apple, spatial videos are captured in 1080p at 30fps in standard dynamic range. To enable this feature, users simply need to open the Camera app in Video mode, rotate the phone to landscape orientation, tap the spatial video icon, and click record. The iPhone will then start recording video from both the main and ultra-wide cameras and save everything into a single video file.

However, in order to view these spatial videos in their full 3D glory, users will need to have Apple’s Vision Pro headset, which is set to be released early next year. Without the headset, the spatial videos will appear as regular, 2D videos when viewed on the iPhone or other devices.

All spatial videos captured will be saved in a new Spatial album in the Photos app and synced across devices with iCloud. Those who are able to afford the Apple Vision Pro will have the option to play back spatial videos in a window or expand them into an immersive view.

The introduction of spatial video capture has been highly anticipated, and iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max users can now take advantage of this cutting-edge feature to capture and relive their special moments in a whole new dimension.