The latest announced iOS 17.2 Beta 2 is already served on testers’ devices confirming that this update enables Spatial Video Recording mode. The iPhone 15 Pro and the 15 Pro Max bring exciting new features like the introduction of Spatial Video mode for Vision Pro.
As from the tipster’s screenshot, we have seen that the video allows HD 30FPS spatial video recording in the spatial mode. The Vision Pro will be introduced in the first quote of 2024 ahead of Apple testing its software.
Spatial videos will be available for viewing using the Vision Pro AR/VR headset starting in early 2024. Users will also be able to take spatial videos directly using Vision Pro after purchasing the headset in the upcoming year.
How to Enable Spatial Video in iOS 17 beta?
Users who already updated with iOS 17.2 beta 2 and wanna enjoy the spatial video mode then you should follow these simple steps to enable it– Head to Settings > Camera > Format and select the Spatial Video for Vision Pro option. Read: iOS 17.1.1 Update: What Is New?
The Vision Pro recording toggle is located in the Video section of the Camera app. Spatial video can be recorded at 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second using the primary and ultrawide cameras of the iPhone 15 Pro. According to Apple, 130MB of storage space will be used for one minute of spatial video recording.
Apple also introduced iOS 17.1.1 Update Brings Many Bug Fixes!
Basically, the iOs 17.1.1 beta is specially served for two main bug fixes– The first issue surfaced that the weather widget is not showing correctly snow option correctly on the lock screen and the second bug was the NFC features were not correctly working like Payment and wireless connectivity.
That was the main reason behind the iOS 17.1.1 update fixes. in the buzz of that, there is another rumor surfaced about the iOS 18. Apple has paused working on the iOS 18 update. You can read full information about iOS 18 here–iOS 18 Will be Packed With Bug Fixes Focused on Comprehensive Graphics Optimization