On Friday, Apple announced that its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were now able to record in 4K resolution.
That’s a whopping 1,280 pixels per inch, or 1,000 times more than previous iPhone models.
But that’s not all.
As we reported earlier, the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 7s also support 4K video capture.
Apple has now made it available to all iPhone models, with the exception of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models, which require a 4K-capable camera.
While 4K recording is great for movies and video, it’s not the best way to capture a still image.
And while Apple is touting 4K at 1080p resolution, that’s still only a couple of pixels per pixel.
And even if you record at 1080 or 1.7K resolution, you’ll still need to make sure the pixels are properly aligned for the best quality.
That means you’ll have to crop your video, which may cause your video to look blurry or even jittery.
For the time being, the best option is to use a high-end camera like a Nikon D3200 or Nikon D800.
But there are some other options that work better for capturing stills.
For instance, there are a few different cameras that work well for capturing video, including the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7, Sony Alpha A7R II, Sony XPS 13, and Nikon D5500.
And if you’re shooting a video from your iPhone 6, you should consider getting a dedicated iPhone camera.
The Apple iPhone 5s and the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have cameras that record at 480p resolution.
And, of course, there’s the Canon EOS Rebel T6i, which is also a high definition camera.