Apple’s iPhone Ultra flagship phone models may support spatial photos and videos from Vision Pro.
The launch of the Apple iPhone 15 series is just around the corner. The new lineup will include the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max which is rumored to be named the iPhone 15 Ultra. Although this is still not confirmed, Apple is thought to be working on a new iPhone Ultra model. But before there is an official announcement, a new report suggests that this model will support the spatial photo and video recording features of the Vision Pro headset.
The news came from Weibo. Apparently, Apple’s flagship iPhone Ultra model might support spatial photos and videos from Vision Pro. This model is expected to arrive after the launch of the Vision Pro which is scheduled for early 2024. Now, the latest rumors suggest that spatial videos and photos can be recorded directly from the iPhone Ultra model.
Reportedly, the iPhone Ultra will “lead the market to rethink what kind of photos and videos a cell phone should take.” Even so, it is still unclear what features this high-end iPhone will offer. However we can expect to see improvements to the camera sensors to enable spatial photo and video recording. For information, Vision Pro uses Apple’s three-dimensional camera to capture spatial videos and photos.
Reporting from Gizmochina (7/9), this feature was created to capture moments more vividly in every moment. So, the iPhone Ultra models will likely feature new sensors and improved cameras to support live recording. Keep in mind that this is still an unconfirmed report, so there may be changes when the actual product is official.