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iOS 13 now supports multi-cam videos using front and back cameras!

Few Androids had this, but it’s coming now to iPhones!

   

iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 quietly support a new feature that will easily be overlooked by users. But this one is a great feature to have! Finally, the multi-lens video recording is turned on.

In fact, before Apple, quite a few Android phones supported multi-lens sync enabled features, such as Nokia’s one-button dual-lens where the front and rear dual-camera could be used simultaneously to take something called as “Bothie”. Huawei’s dual-view video feature also used something like this where the wide-angle and telephoto sensors worked in conjunction.

However, it is a pity that this feature is only enabled for the new iPad Pro with iOS 13 and for iPhone XS/XS Max/XR and iPadOS.

Apple also made a detailed description of the details of the multi-lens simultaneous opening. Take the iPhone XS as an example. There are always six combinations, including the Proactive/Face ID lens and the person who has the same shot.

Currently, iOS 13/iPad OS 13 is in the developer testing phase, and the beta version will be pushed next month. So expected detailed videos using this feature and testing it across devices to hit the Internet soon.

Though it’s not a groundbreaking feature it does offer some unique functionality to the iOS devices which didn’t exist before. Hence we at Inspire2Rise are pretty excited about the same!

So guys what do you think about this feature? Do let us know in the comments section below!

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Written by Ankit Jha

Ankit is a geek from New Delhi who loves smartphones, games and everything tech. When he's not busy writing here you can find him playing PUBG on his phone!

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