iOS 5 Suggests 1080p on Apple TV 3 and iPhone 4S
Retina display on the iPad 2 makes the device the most-desirable because of the capability to play HD videos. Then comes iOS 5 that promises 1080p for iPhone 4S and the next Apple TV.
With the first taste of iOS 5 in iOS 5 beta 1, remarkably users were able to sync and play 1080p videos on the iPad 2, smoothly. Before the first feel of iOS 5, iTunes did not have capability to just even sync real HD videos, but now it’s doing if perfectly. Something that is really exciting to look forward to, right?
Enabling 1080p simply means that Apple is satisfied with how the speed of A5 chip works. What is sad however, is that only the iPad 2 bears the A5 minimum spec that is capable of playing HD videos in 1080p.
To add icing to the crop, the release of iOS 5 in September not only brings the excitement of bringing tons of features to your iDevice. The release also promises the birth of two additional devices that will have A5 chips: the next generation Apple TV and iPhone 4S.
Talking about the new generation of Apple TV comes the idea of catching up with the technology of playing 1080p videos. This is something that’s making this feature behind on the side of the Cupertino Company. What’s more interesting is the birth of the new iPhone.
iPhone 4S that will be released this fall will be a smart phone that has the capability to not only convert and play real 1080p HD videos, but has the real capability of bearing enough pixels that will deliver the true quality of the video. This is something that will surely make the Apple iDevice addicts do everything just to get their hands on the device, and get one for themselves. So we will see it in the future, possibly September.
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