August 10, 2021 21:01 GMT
Update Date: August 10, 2021 23:30 GMT
US “Bloomberg” has revealed that the upcoming “iPhone 13” phones from Apple will include at least 3 key new features for camera and video recording, which will be the company’s key betting tests. Phones to upgrade.
The company cited informed sources that the new phones include a video version of the phone’s portrait feature, the ability to record video in a high-quality format called Prores, and a new filter-like system that enhances the look and color of images. .
The company says it sees one of the biggest strengths camera features boosting heir sales for the new iPhone 12, which is expected to go on sale in the next several weeks.
Aside from the camera upgrades, the new iPhones will get relatively minor upgrades. Last year, Apple updated the design of the iPhone, added 5G wireless networks and updated its camera hardware.
According to Bloomberg, the seventh generation Apple, the 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch and the Pro 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch will maintain the same design, standard sizes and screen dimensions.
Newer phones include a faster A15 processor chip, smaller screen apex and newer screen technology that allows for faster refresh rates for smoother scrolling.
The California-based Cupertino company usually releases new iPhones in September, but its release has been postponed until October due to production issues caused by a growing corona virus infection last year.
With Apple delaying its return to its offices by several weeks, the release of the next iPhone series will be as much a virtual event as it has been doing for the past two years.
Apple first added a portrait mode to the iPhone 7 Plus in 2016, which quickly became a fan favorite. This feature keeps a person focused.
For newer iPhones, Apple plans to incorporate the same technology into the video with the feature dubbed internally into the cinema video. As with still photos, it creates the iPhone’s depth sensor effect, allowing users to change the size of the blur after recording.
The new Process video recording feature will allow iPhone users to capture clips in high quality format.
This format is used by professional video editors in the film industry and is generally not intended for the mass market due to its large file sizes, as the upcoming iPhones will record Pros in HD and 4K.
ProRes follows the addition of ProRAW last year, a high-quality still image file format that gives professional editors more control, and like ProRAW, ProRes video recording may be exclusive to more expensive Pro models.
Another feature that allows users to have better control over the colors and highlights in their photos is that they can choose from a number of styles to apply to their photos, including keeping the color white neutral, including styles that show colors at hot or cold temperatures.
Another option is to add a more dramatic look with deeper shades and more variations, and the company plans a more balanced style to make the realistic shades and colors look brighter.
This feature differs from the standard filters available in the iPhone camera app since 2013, by using artificial intelligence instead of using a filter to transform objects and people across photos using artificial intelligence.
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