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The iPhone 15 Pro is getting spatial video capture in iOS 17.2

Apple is enabling spatial video capture in beta for use on the upcoming Vision Pro headset. | Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Apple is rolling out its latest beta version of iOS 17, and it includes the ability to record spatial videos on the iPhone 15 Pro for viewing in the upcoming Vision Pro mixed reality headset. Those who have access to and install iOS 17.2 beta 2 on their devices can start filming videos with a 3D effect using the iPhone 15 Pro’s top two cameras when held sideways.

To enable the new feature, users can toggle the “Spatial Video for Apple Vision Pro” option in the Settings app. As 9to5Mac notes, Apple’s description says spatial video is captured in 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second, and a minute of footage takes about 130MB of storage.

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Spatial video is captured using the main and ultrawide cameras…

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