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What Is the Spatial Video on the iPhone 15 Pro, and when will it be released?

<p>Apple stated that the iPhone 15 Pro will enable the capture of “Spatial Video” during its recent “Wonderlust” iPhone 15 presentation. This feature would allow users to produce 3D-like films for playing in Apple’s future Vision Pro headset. Apple, however, didn’t go into much depth about this function; it was just briefly stated.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-189592″ src=”×422.jpg” alt=” french government on the defense after schoolboy suicide following bullying iphone” width=”1497″ height=”842″ srcset=”×422.jpg 750w,×576.jpg 1024w,×432.jpg 768w,×220.jpg 390w,×84.jpg 150w, 1200w” sizes=”(max-width: 1497px) 100vw, 1497px” title=”What Is the Spatial Video on the iPhone 15 Pro, and when will it be released? 3″></p>
<p>Here, we’ll go over how the iPhone 15 Pro’s camera system is used by the Spatial Video function.</p>
<p>The iPhone 15 Pro first records composite video, producing a stereoscopic effect, using both the primary camera lens and the ultrawide lens. The practical uses of this functionality, other from providing a 3D-like viewpoint for reliving memories using the Vision Pro headset, are yet mostly unknown.</p>
<p>It’s crucial to remember that this functionality won’t be accessible on the iPhone 15 Pro when it first launches and will instead do so “later this year.” When Apple Vision Pro launches early next year in the US, users will be able to “capture priceless moments in three dimensions and relive those memories with incredible depth,” according to Apple.</p>
<p>Spatial Video may not be relevant for users beyond the US and a few early launch territories unless it has other use cases beyond playing in the Vision Pro headset owing to the limited availability of the Vision Pro headset. The Apple Vision Pro will be offered the next year, in 2024, and will cost $3499 (about Rs 2,88,000) in the US.</p>
<p>if people will be able to see spatial films on their iPhones and if these recordings will be editable in well-known video-editing software like Apple’s Final Cut Pro, iMovie, or Adobe’s Premiere Pro are still up in the air.</p>
<p>When this feature officially releases later this year, Apple is likely to provide us additional details, including if a functionality similar to this one is available for taking images as well.</p>
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