imovieApple today updated its iMovie app for iOS devices to model 2.2.1, repairing many insects and incorporating 4K assistance for that iPad Air 2 following recently’s launch of iOS 9.1. A iPad Air 2 iOS 9.1 that was operating are now able to be properly used reveal and to modify 4K quality movies.

iMovie first started encouraging 4K video-editing using the 2.2 update launched in Sept following the launch of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. Both fresh iPhones would be the first Apple devices which are effective at taking 4K video, and along with the iPad and the iPad Pro Air 2, they truly are also the only real devices that may modify 4K video.

Today’s 2.2.1 iMovie update also contains many repairs for insects which were found following the main 2.2 Sept update.

What Is New

– Produce and reveal films at 4K quality on iPad Air 2 with iOS 9.1*

– Fixes a problem that may avoid customers from making new trailers in certain languages

– Solves problems posting and eliminating tasks from iCloud Push

– Handles software conditions that might come in some correct-to-remaining languages

– Handles software conditions that might come in iMovie expansion for Pictures

– Efficiency and balance changesiMovie supports 4K on iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Air 2, and iPad Pro

iMovie could be saved from the App Store for $4.99. [Direct Url]

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