Hold onto your premium iPad cover, because you’re going to be psyched about some of the new features Apple’s iOS 7 interface will provide. In fact, those with iPhone 4s and 5s will also be hanging onto their protective skins and covers—the new iOS7 will take things to a new level for all tech-hungry, camera-loving Apple users.
Apple’s iOS 7 beta boasts incredible new abilities, such as the new zoom while shooting feature. Now, with use of a two-finger pinching motion, users will be able to zoom in and out on their subjects while recording. In addition, users will be able to take a still photo right in the middle of recording. This is a definite game changer for those who take their video recordings seriously.
Videos and clips have emerged from developers testing the beta version, and the exciting new feature looks fluid and easy to use. Essentially, it will work the same way you use iOS to take photos—place two fingers on the screen, expand them to zoom in or pinch them together to zoom out. Just make sure you’ve got reliable premium iPad cover or skin for your iPhone 4s and 5 to keep your device secure while playing with the new feature. An added plus—using the new zooming capabilities will not increase the amount of time it takes to process and save a video.
One blog revealed that once you zoom in on a subject, a slider appears to assist the process. Rumor has it that a persistent slider may be added to the final product. In addition, it’s been implied that users will be able to tap in to focus on subjects during a recording. This series of features will definitely take recording on Smartphones and devices to an entirely new level. Is this the beginning of the end of the video camera?