Apple has said it is launching an “avast” software update for iOS devices which will let them run more than one video recording app at the same time.
The software update will be available to all iOS devices in Australia by the end of the month.
“Avast” is a reference to Apple’s recent software update which enabled video recording and playback of video content on iPhones.
The company said the update will allow users to “make, record, share, and share to a wider audience” of people.
It also added that “the new video feature in Avast will work on iOS devices that are running iOS 9.0 and higher, and on iPads running iOS 10”.
Apple said that “Avast will also let you take advantage of the new multitasking capabilities” in iOS 9 and later versions.
Avast is one of many software updates the company has announced over the past few months.
Earlier this month, it rolled out an update for its new FaceTime and Face ID video calling apps which was a major feature in Apple’s latest smartphone operating system.
Apple also rolled out a software update in April to its video-capturing apps, iOS 9, and later.
The updates for iOS 9 also allow users “to make, record and share a video or audio recording to the same device as you can with other apps”, it said.
Other updates in April included updates to iTunes for the iPhone, iPad and Mac.
In May, Apple announced it was rolling out an “Avasta” software upgrade for Macs running OS X 10.10 Yosemite, which included video and photo editing features.