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iMac with 4K display could launch next week

Apple will reportedly launch a 21.5-inch iMac with 4K display soon, with the company reportedly preparing for a release at some point next week.

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Here's how quickly 4K video fills up your iPhone

4K video is beautiful, but it may not be practical for your iPhone SE, 6s, or 6s Plus.

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How to turn on 4K video on your iPhone 6s

4K video is a fancy name for 2160p, in other words twice the resolution of 1080p HD. That's a lot of pixels and it can take up a lot of storage space—300-400 MB of storage per minute of video—which is why Apple leaves it off by default on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. If you do want to shoot in 4K, however, either for the full resolution or just so you can pan, crop, zoom, or stabilize your 1080p, it's easy to turn on.

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How to shoot, trim, edit, and share 4K video on iPhone SE and 6s

The iPhone SE, 6s, and 6s Plus can shoot 4K video, or what works out to 2160p. Here's how to do it.

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4K iMac reportedly on track for October launch

Apple is said to be preparing to launch a version of its 21.5-inch iMac with a 4K display. The desktop will reportedly launch by the end of October alongside OS X El Capitan.

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iPhone 6s once again rumored to include 12MP camera with 4K video recording

The iPhone 6s has again been reported to feature a 12MP camera, along with 4K video recording, lining up with previous reports. The new phone will also reportedly support using the display as a flash when using the front-facing camera.

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iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus capable of 4K video playback

You may not realize it, but the new Apple A8 processor on the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can handle 4K video playback even though the smaller Apple phone has a native resolution of 1334 X 750 pixels while the larger Plus model has a 1080p Full HD display with 1920 X 1080 pixels. Though you won't get a pixel-for-pixel output on the phones' screens, the A8's ability to handle 4K playback means that users who sideload 4K content would be able to still watch it on their phones.

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Want a 4K display for your Mac? Here are your options!

More Macs are supporting external 4K displays than ever before. Here's a roundup of some Mac-compatible displays you can use if you'd like to expand your Mac's desktop real estate in leaps and bounds. I've also provided some details about 4K display support on specific Mac models, to help guide your decision-making, because 4K displays are still a really significant investment.

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LG announces new Thunderbolt-compatible 4K display

LG has announced the new, 31-inch, 31MU97 4K display, and the good news for Mac users is that it's Thunderbolt-ready. Priced at $2,499, the display is just as expensive as the starting price of the newly announced iMac with 5K Retina display.

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OS X Yosemite rumored for October, Retina MacBook Air, 4K desktop along for the ride

It appears that OS X Yosemite may be heading for a late October launch. Given that OS X Mavericks was released around the same time last year, this is not an unreasonable time frame. It also seems that the final release will follow a series of developer previews that will conclude at the end of September, followed by a Golden Master in mid-October. From 9to5Mac:

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