Prior to the launch of the iPhone 13 series later this year, we saw several reports suggesting new features for future devices. Now, a recent report suggests that Apple will introduce a video portrait mode and ProRes video format with the launch of the iPhone 13 model.
New camera features for iPhone 13 (rumors)
The report comes from Bloomberg Mark Gurman says the iPhone 13 series will bring a major upgrade to the camera sector. Gurman cites sources familiar with this issue, Apple adds portrait mode support for video, a new video format that allows users to record video with higher quality, and a new filter on the iPhone 13 model. I am reporting that.According to the report, these will be USPs for the iPhone 13 series
The Cupertino giant introduced portrait mode for images when the iPhone 7 Series was launched, when the telephoto lens was first added to the device. Since then, this feature has become extremely popular with users.
Therefore, the company plans to add this feature to video on future iPhone 13. The operation is similar to the portrait mode of the image. Take advantage of the telephoto lens to add a subdued bokeh effect to the video background.
In addition, Apple is considering adding a new ProRes format for video that will allow users to record high-quality video for easier post production. This is similar to the Pro Raw format for images that exists on current iPhone 12 Pro models.
Now, it’s worth mentioning that the above features are expected to be exclusive to the Pro model of the iPhone 13 series. In addition, Apple is considering adding new filters to capture images. These filters are a bit different from existing filters because they allow the user to apply new filters to specific parts or objects of the image rather than the entire image.
In addition to these, previous reports have suggested that the iPhone 13 model comes with a larger battery, upgraded 25W fast charging support, and a 120Hz ProMotion display. In addition, the rumored factory also suggests that the upcoming iPhone will finally shrink the infamous notch and increase the screen-to-body ratio.
However, it’s important to note that none of these have been officially confirmed by Apple. The company is in a pretty tough situation with future mobile devices. We would like to inform you about the future development of the iPhone 13 series in the future.