Wired is reporting that Apple has just launched a new feature for the new iPhone, which will let users watch the latest version of The Hobbit on their iOS devices in 1080P, even if the device is set to auto-detect the resolution.
This new feature will only work on the iOS 9.3 beta 6 firmware, so it’s possible that this new feature won’t be available to everyone who already has the latest iOS 9 beta.
However, Apple has confirmed that the new feature is coming to all of its iOS devices and has not revealed any plans for the feature beyond this beta release.
If you’re looking to get a new iPhone in a hurry, it’s probably a good idea to look at a 1080p display.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have both been released with a 1080P screen and many reviewers and tech enthusiasts have said that the 1080P display is much better than the 480p and 720p screens that they’ve been able to get from the iPhone 5s and 6s.
However, it may be worth taking the plunge to watch the movies on the newest version of the iPhone.
As it’s a beta release, there’s no guarantee that the feature will actually work on all devices, but it should at least give you some hope for watching movies on your next iPhone.
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