When it comes to video, the iPhone is often considered the best in the business. That did not change with the release of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, each offering the best video cameras in the smartphone industry. Nevertheless, Apple's camera app has always something really irritating in itself, which has finally fixed the company in iOS 13.2.
As you can see, the iOS camera app has traditionally left out something important – camera settings. You can switch between camera modes, set the focus and exposure value, and activate the flash, among other things. However, you have never been able to adjust the resolution or frame rate of your video. Apple has always tied these settings to the Settings app, an unintuitive design for a company that makes the best mobile video cameras.
This will eventually change with iOS 1
This option is also displayed in Slo-Mo mode, but only for the frame rate.
While this is great news, Apple still has a significant catch. Only iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max receive this feature. The remaining iPhones, even those compatible with iOS 13.2, receive only the numbers in the corner. Maybe Apple plans to implement this on all their phones in the future, but until then we can only assume that only brand new devices deserve a feature that all Android devices have.