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Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the company’s product portfolio for the coming year at an event last night. Everything from the Apple Watch and iPad to the show-stopping iPhone 13 was on display. While many new Apple goods are modest improvements, the most significant jump forward is unquestionably in the cameras, which Apple describes as their “most sophisticated ever.” The camera on the whole iPhone 13 lineup, from the Mini to the Pro, has been upgraded, with sensor sizes increasing across the board. This will have a significant impact on image quality. Apple also claims that the lens catches 47% more light than the iPhone 12, implying that low-light photography would be improved.
The premium Proline, on the other hand, has received the most significant improvements. The Pro versions, dubbed Apple’s “three most powerful cameras ever,” have upgraded primary sensors and a faster f/1.5 ultrawide lens. The telephoto lens has also been updated, with a new Night mode and improved zoom. When there are stars in view, an AI setting will adjust focus and exposure to help you shoot some fantastic night shots.
Apple made a big fuss about some new motion video options in addition to static pictures. A ‘Cinematic mode’ allows you to record spectacular Hollywood movie-style shots in the palm of your hand by dynamically adjusting the depth of field and focus on videos, and providing increased stability.
The launch event illustrated how this works by displaying some short film clips shot on cell phones by filmmakers.
Thankfully, Apple will not raise the price of the new iPhones, with the basic model beginning at £799. If you want to get your hands on the iPhone 13 Pro Max, you’ll need to start saving right now. Because it may cost upwards of £1,500 brand new. You may get one through Apple’s website or from other stores.
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