Future iPhones and iOS devices should feature 1080P HD videos due to innovations in iOS 5. When Steve Jobs and Apple introduced iOS 5 earlier this week, the ability to play 1080P videos were not mentioned, but new developments in beta testing have proved otherwise.
Long Island consumers are very tech-savvy, so combining the highest quality video output to match their iOS device can be a huge selling point to not only consumers on Long Island, but around the country.
The iPad 2 equipped with iOS 5 now syncs 1080P video according to 9to5Mac. People who have used this feature in the iOS 5 beta gave good reviews to picture quality and frame rate, so it should be here to stay on the iPad 2.
As far as the iPhone is concerned, the iPhone 4 may not gain the 1080P capabilities because the A4 processor may not be strong enough to handle it. However the iPhone 5/4S should gain 1080P capabilities because it will most likely have the iPad 2’s A5 processor.
Much of the tech between the original iPad and the iPhone 4 is shared, so it makes sense for the iPad 2 and iPhone 5/4S features to be the same too. With the next generation iPhone set to begin production in July for a September introduction, stay tuned to this column to see if it will indeed get 1080P video.
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