Apple brings multiple camera simultaneous recording to iPhone XS and iPhone XR along with iPhone 11

In their event last week, Apple introduced a new version of Filmic Pro that will part of their latest offering – the iPhone 11 Pro. The makers of iPhone highlighted the feature with a compelling demo that showed how the multiple cameras were able to record simultaneously, from the front and back for enhanced coverage.

During the unveiling of the camera, the Apple Company also announced that the multi-camera feature will not only be part of the iPhone 11 Pro but will also support the iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and the iPad Pro released in 2018.

According to the developers at Apple, the new functionality requires a comprehensive reworking of the hardware as it relies on the new API that is introduced in iOS 13. However, the company states that they have made the necessary changes in the iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and the iPad Pro models for ease of adaptability to the multi-camera feature.

Apple announced the new API in June and gave the developers significant time to work on the implementation of the feature in their respective apps. This means that the prospective and existing iPhone 11/XR/XS owners can take advantage of the feature in just a few months.

However, the recordings from multiple cameras will be strenuous and may pose some limitations. It is also unclear how the combination of cameras will work on iPhone 11 and Pro models – although the preview at the Apple event showed that all the four cameras were working at the same time.

The multi-cam API feature for iOS 13 will launch for the general public on September 19. Keep watching this space for more updates on the new feature.

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