Yesterday we have found the new feature of iOS 5 which allows iOS devices to play 1080p video on current A4-Processor powered devices, and now addition to it feature a developer has found that Apple fun is not ending here, they also make changes in the iOS 5 software development kit and changes the maximum resolution for video export from 720p to 1080p. So now these changes add the shining star in iOS 5 framework, with a ability to export video content up to 1080p means a 1920 by 1080 full HD preset. Previously in iOS 4, developers only export videos at 720p, but now with release of iOS 5 publicly they can save or export 1080p video content.


Programmers use the AVAsset class to work on a detailed level with timed media assets such as videos and sounds. It lets them examine, create, edit or reencode media files, get input streams from devices, manipulate video clips during realtime capture and playback and more. It is now clear that iOS 5 enables devices such as iPhone 4, iPad 1 and 2 and fourth-generation iPod touch to both decode 1080p videos and encode content in 1080p.