All iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models support mirroring their displays and natively outputting 4K HDR60 video via USB-C DisplayPort.
In my XGIMI Horizon Pro 4K Projector review, I discussed all the features I love in a projector and the fact that I enjoy using them for outdoor gaming or movie nights with friends.
Our colleague Jim and us at iDB often tweet iPhone, iPad, and Mac wallpapers on Twitter. To ensure those images are of the absolute best quality, it's important to enable a setting in Twitter that uploads them at full resolution.
Similarly, when you download images or our wallpapers from Twitter, you should know how to load them in 4K quality and save that instead of the compressed version.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to upload and download full-resolution images to Twitter.
While most people have a TV in their living room, you won’t find one in mine. I instead gravitate toward DLP projectors because of their versatility as home entertainment systems and mobile-friendly variable-sized displays.
You can have the fastest internet connection along with the latest TV set with high frame rate support and the new Apple TV 4K, but you won’t get smooth HDR Dolby Vision without a good HDMI cable.
Several streaming apps on the Apple TV are labeling 4K movies and television shows as “HD,” but it's unclear whether those videos indeed stream in the four times lower 1080p resolution.
Many Disney movies that are available to rent and purchase through the iTunes Store have been upgraded to 4K resolution and HDR color at no additional charge.
According to Netflix's support document, enjoying Netflix content in crisp 4K resolution on your Apple computer requires the macOS 11.0 Big Sur update and the latest version of the Safari browser running on a select 2018 or later Mac computer with an Apple T2 security chip.
Apple yesterday released the tvOS 14 software update that brings new capabilities and feature enhancements to the company’s Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K digital media players. Some of the big ones you’ve already heard about, such as an expanded Picture in Picture feature and multiuser support for Apple Arcade. With the media's attention focused on the headline-grabbing improvements in iOS 14, we thought you might also want to learn about everything new in tvOS 14 so here it goes...
iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14 and macOS Big Sur will let you play YouTube videos in 4K resolution and HDR color on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV and Mac. While this feature has been present in earlier betas of iOS, iPadOS and tvOS 14, yesterday's release of Big Sur beta 4 has brought the ability to play 4K HDR YouTube videos to Safari on Mac.
One of the more notable pain points with the Apple TV 4K will be addressed with the upcoming tvOS 14 update. Although it wasn't mentioned during today's keynote (unless I missed it), Apple says on their preview page for the update that 4K support is finally coming to the YouTube app.
Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) today unveiled DisplayPort Alt Mode 2.0 with support for the new USB4 protocol, two simultaneous 8K displays, a single 16K display, 80 Gbps video data throughput or 40 Gbps with simultaneous SuperSpeed USB data delivery.