All iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models support mirroring their displays and natively outputting 4K HDR60 video via USB-C DisplayPort.
The new Premiere Pro features include the ability to use your iPhone's HDR footage in SDR projects without ending up with too bright video and washed-out color.
Support for Samsung-backed Dolby Vision competitor dubbed HDR10+ is coming to the Apple TV and other devices via tvOS 16 and other updates this fall.
All mentions of support for HDR10+ video coming to the TV app with iOS 16, iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura have been removed from Apple's website.
Apple's macOS Monterey 12.1 software update fixes major bugs that users have been complaining about, including problems related to MagSafe charging, registering trackpad taps as clicks and watching HDR content on YouTube.
One of the biggest new features Apple brought to the iPhone lineup last year, was support for shooting video on the smartphone lineup in Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR). It made shooting video on the smartphones even better, helping the lineup standout in a competitive field. However, actually watching that content via third-party sources wasn't readily available. Until now.
Although several years behind competitors, the new Hulu HDR streaming option is now available with select Hulu originals on Apple TV, Roku and other compatible hardware.
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.
Apple must add a footnote to its Pro Display XDR product page in the United Kingdom to clarify the monitor's P3 wide color gamut in stricter terms than before to stop misleading users.
YouTube for iOS has been updated on the App Store with support for high dynamic range (HDR) video content on the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Apple today announced Clips 3.0, a major new version of its video creation app for the social age, with features like HDR recording on the latest iPhones, an overhauled interface, support for both landscape and portrait orientations and much more.
All iPhones with OLED screens can render images and videos with high dynamic range (HDR), resulting in many more colors than regular LCD screens. And with the latest models, you can for the first time not only shoot true 10-bit HDR video with Dolby Vision but also edit, share and play it back. But does your device support these features? Here's a handy list of all Apple devices that support 10-bit HDR video capture, as well as playback and edit in Photos.