What do you know about the video capture technology that powers Apple’s new iPhones?
The video capture hardware and software powering Apple’s latest iPhones is powered by a custom processor that’s designed to process more video at once.
That’s why the iPhone 5s has a video capture processor that can process up to three 1080p clips at a time.
The iPhone 6s, on the other hand, only has a single 1080p clip processor.
While Apple is making a concerted effort to squeeze more quality out of its hardware, it also has an effort to streamline the process.
Apple is moving towards software-based hardware for iPhones, according to sources, and Apple is moving away from proprietary software to software-defined cameras.
It’s an effort that Apple hopes will allow Apple to focus on the core of the iPhone experience, rather than relying on proprietary software.
Apple will use this process to improve the camera quality of its iPhones.
Apple has said that its camera software has improved since it launched in 2014.
However, that software still relies on proprietary hardware.
That means Apple will need to rethink its hardware design to make it work with more camera sensors.