9to5Mac notes that Apple could follow and apply the same pattern to its upcoming next-generation iPhone, possibly an iPhone 5S. Although it has been reported that the next iPhone might feature a 13-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 9to5Mac believes that it will also include a new camera feature called "Mogul." The feature reportedly lets the iPhone capture slow motion videos at 120 frames-per-second (FPS).
Apple enthusiast Hamza Sood was able to spot hidden references of the codename within the beta versions of iOS 7. Together with 9to5Mac, Hamza Sood was able to test the code, although he added that the feature might not arrive in the next iPhone this year.
If this is true, then the next iPhone will be able record clear slow motion videos at 120FPS. For now, let's take this report with a grain of salt hand.
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