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iPhone 6 and 6 Plus allow video recording at 60fps (Frames Per Second). The increase by 30fps from the earlier devices means that you now have the option to shoot 1080p at 60fps. If video recording is one of your indulgences, you would like to know how you can enable 60fps video recording in iPhone 6/6 Plus.

This is the time you enjoyed high definition video recording with your new iPhone. The upgraded quality has made this feature more exciting than ever before. Read more to know how you can do so.

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Enable 60fps Video Recording In iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

How To Enable 60fps Video Recording In iPhone 6/6 Plus

Step #1. Launch Settings.

Step #2. Scroll down and tap on Photos & Camera.

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Step #3. Under the label Camera, toggle the switch for Record video at 60fps.

How To Enable 60fps Video Recording In iPhone 6 or 6 Plus

That's all there is with it! 30fps has been set as default choice in iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Whenever you feel dissatisfied with the quality of video, you can switch on 60fps with ease. Likewise, if want to switch to the default option (30fps), just follow all the steps mentioned above and toggle off 60fps.

The quality of video at 60fps will be sharper and a lot smoother. Unlike camera where the resolution was not increased (slightly to the disappointment of few camera lovers), Apple has upgraded video recording with aplomb.

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The only con, if at all, of 60fps could be the bigger video size as it can occupy a lot space. That, however, may not be much of a problem if you have 64 GB or 128 GB iPhone 6/6+.

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.