Here’s An iPhone 6s 4K Video Sample For Your Viewing Pleasure


With the launch of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus just two days back, Apple brought a couple of new upgrades to its flagship smartphone duo. With reports surfacing prior to the device's launch that Apple would indeed be hard pressed to retain consumer interest in the iPhone due to this year's launches being an S lineup of devices, Apple managed to bring several new features into the fold. One of these was the much anticipated 4K video recording, which had been available in Android devices for quite a while.

Apple iPhone 6s 4K Video Sample Shows High Definition Recording

Even though the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are yet to be available to customers, with pre-orders having being opened only today, Apple itself has provided some samples from which you can take a look at what the new devices have to offer. One of these is a 4K video clip, which can be seen in the video above. Made available by Apple, the sample should be best viewed on a 4K monitor, in order to completely capture its '2160 p' recording quality.

The bit rate of the video is 50MB/s, with complete resolution being 3840 x 2160. If you've taken a look at the video above, you'd have seen that it does show some very crisp details indeed. 4K video on the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus has been met by some mixed responses among users, particularly w.r.t the duo's storage capabilities. Recording at resolutions as high as 4K takes up considerable storage space, which means that users who opt for the 16GB iPhone in particular will be at an obvious disadvantage.

The iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are officially available for pre-orders and you can book yours one today by heading over to Apple's site. In addition to 4K, the devices come with several other upgrades which include a much awaited camera resolution increase, 3D Touch, flash for the FaceTime camera and processor upgrades. Liked the video sample above? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned for the latest updates.