One of the iPhone 13 phone models Apple is planning to launch in a month from now will come with serious upgrades – especially on the camera (video) side.
It seems that Apple will finally translate the Portrait mode for static images – you know, the blurry effect on the background of your Portrait shots – to video.
According to a report, the iPhone 13 Pro models (and probably Pro Maxs, too) will take advantage of the data gathered from the LiDAR scanner as well as the support video output to achieve the same effect on dynamic images.
This will especially come in handy for vloggers as well as videographers who want to take their iPhoneography to the next level.
And that’s not all.
iPhone 13 Pro phones will get an upgrade, this time being able to record in ProRes video format.
As for the photos itself, don’t worry – it seems users passionate by photography and less videography will be able to make more complex edits in the native app. Apple will introduce a new “filters” process that, enhanced by AI, will make sure the edits applied are more refined and precise.
This September, we expect to see a vanilla model, a Pro and Pro max options as well as an iPhone 13 mini.
Curious about the mini one? Check the latest on it: