iOS 9 users can finally enjoy a new 4K picture album on their devices.
Apple has updated the OS X operating system with the new feature.
If you want to record 4K video on your iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to download the 4K movie file from the Apple App Store, and then connect the device to your computer.
To record 4k video on an iPhone or a Mac, simply hold down the Home button, click the video player, and select Capture from the menu.
If you want more information about how to use the 4k movie player, check out our guide on how to record a 4k picture on an Apple TV. iOS 9.3 adds support for 4K, and it’s currently the only version of the OS that supports 4K on your device.
This is a huge improvement, and one that many users are eagerly waiting for.
For more about how 4K is being used in the iOS ecosystem, check the following:iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus: iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Pro:iPhone 7 and 7 Plus:iPhone 6 and 6 Plus:The most recent iOS version released in 2017 is 10.7.2.iOS 9 adds support to 4K content, and that’s the latest version of Apple’s operating system.
iOS 9.2, the latest release, also supports 4k, and the latest iOS 10.5.1 update also adds support.
If all of the updates and software updates go through, it’s a good bet that Apple will add support for a 4D (or 4K) resolution to its devices in the coming months.