Apple may have improved the hardware on the iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR with the new A12 Bionic chip, but the company failed to enhance slow motion recording capabilities on the 2018 iPhone models.
The iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR do slow motion recording up to 240 fps only. This is way below the capabilities of most flagship devices in the Android scene which effortlessly record slow-motion videos at 960 fps. Some even do 960 fps in 1080p resolution.
So what’s holding Apple back? The iPhone XS and XS Max cost a fortune to the buyers. These devices should feature the best of tech out there, but what you get is something which even a 4-year old iPhone 6 could do (240 fps slo-mo recording in 720p resolution).
Watch the video comparison of iPhone X’s 240 fps slo-mo recording vs. 960 fps super slow motion recording on the Galaxy S9+. And tell us if you don’t like what you see on the Android side of the world.