We are getting closer and closer to the announcement of the new iphone 13 and today there is a new rumor with interesting news for the cameras of the iPhone 13 Pro. Specifically, the portrait mode will be released to record videos, record in prores format and a new filter system to enhance the color of photos.
Apple will give important improvements to the camera of the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max
If last year the LiDAR scanner reached the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, this 2021 the next iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will not be left behind. According to Mark Gurman, the camera updates will bring new functions for recording and capturing photos. The portrait mode that came to stay with the iPhone 7 Plus in 2016 will have a new advance (which is nothing new) in video. Apparently, it will work flawlessly thanks to the LiDAR scanner and new algorithms.
They will also be able to record the ProRes format for the first time, this will help professionals to have a better quality in their videos. It is a format that has been developed by those of Cupertino and now it supports resolutions up to 8K. For those who edit their content in Final Cut Pro, iPhone recordings will be lovely.
On the improvements dedicated to the photography sector, Apple will show a new filter system that will help improve color reproduction. They will not be existing filters in the Camera app, will be smart filters since they will apply the changes according to a certain level of artificial intelligence and scene of objects and people that are present in the photograph. Finally, Mark Gurman emphasizes that the A15 chip will help to a large extent the new intelligent filters, derived from the improved image signal processor.
What is clear is that the cameras of the iPhone will give something to talk about
In addition to the fact that it is already known that they will repeat the same lineup of the iPhone 12 in terms of sizes, the fact of the ProMotion screens of 120 Hz is still in doubt. A long-awaited novelty and that is still in delay related to the competition. Gurman was clear and said the displays will include a technology that could allow a faster refresh rate, this will significantly contribute to a smoother ride.