Apple adds support for Spatial Video Recording with iOS 17.2 Beta 2 update

At the launch event of the iPhone 15 series, Apple demonstrated a new feature called “spatial video recording” for their iPhones. This feature enables users to record high-definition videos that can be played on the Apple Vision Pro which is an AR headset. Although the feature was marked as “coming soon” during the event, it appears that Apple has now begun working on it.

How to Enable Spatial Video Recording on iPhone

The feature is currently limited to the iOS 17.2 Beta 2 users. If you own an iPhone 15 Pro or Pro Max and have already updated the device to the Beta 2 version of iOS 17.2 then here’s how you can enable the spatial video recording feature.

iOS 17.2 Beta 2 enables Spatial Video recording

To record spatial video using your camera app, follow these simple steps: Open the Settings app and navigate to the camera section. Click on the Format option and select “Spatial Video for Vision Pro” to enable the feature. Now, go to the camera app and access the video section. You should see a toggle for Vision Pro – turn it on to start recording spatial video.

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As of right now, the spatial video can only be recorded from the main and ultrawide lenses. The telephoto lens may or may not get the support for this option in the future. Also, the quality will be capped at 1080p at 30FPS. Even so, the video recorded will eat up a lot of space according to the brand. One minute of spatial video recording can consume as much as 130MBs in your internal storage.


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