October 19, 2020

According to the latest rumors and leaks, the new iPhone 13 Pro Max will offer an anamorphic lens and 8K video at 45 fps. Multiple image stabilization technologies will be used when recording video.

Recently, the new iPhone 12 line of smartphones is presented, but sources are already reporting the first information about what changes await future iPhone 13 owners.

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max 2021: with new camera features

The Chinese resource MyDrivers claims that Apple plans to pay great attention to improving the photo and video capabilities of the new smartphone. In particular, it is reported that the anamorphic lens of the iPhone 13 Pro Max will allow you to shoot videos of the highest quality: up to 8K at 45 fps.

Apple added the ability to record 4K videos at 60 fps back to the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X in 2017. There have been no changes in this area since then. What surprises the iPhone 12 camera will be this week.

The source adds that iPhone 13 Pro Max users can choose between 8K modes at 30fps or 45fps. Moreover, the whistleblower also said that several image stabilization technologies will be used when recording video. It is not yet clear whether we are talking about software or optical stabilization.

We have previously published color information for all models in the iPhone 12 line. In addition, European smartphone prices have been published. It also became known that Apple has recognized the quality of the BOE screens and is using them in the iPhone 12.

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max 2021: with new camera features

According to a reliable source, which turned out to be an insider Ross Young from DSCC (Display Supply Chain Consultants), in 2021 Apple will release a line of iPhone 13 smartphones, which will include four models that differ from each other in technical equipment, dimensions, screen, performance, camera and much more. Users are waiting for phones equipped with 5.42-inch, 6.06-inch (two models), and 6.67-inch screens, that is, there really will be plenty to choose from. the devices will receive not just a display, but an organic OLED screen, so using them will be as comfortable and pleasant as possible.

All screens in the new iPhones will be made using Y-Octa technology, and they will also be able to boast of support for ProMotion technology, which allows, due to “smart” algorithms, at the right time to increase the refresh rate of information on the display from the usual 60 Hz to 120 Hz. that is, twice.

Due to this, the picture will be as smooth as it is now, at the present time, on iPad Pro tablets, where it has been used since 2018. All of the iPhone 13 smartphones available for purchase will get 5G support, but only the Pro models will offer users support for the mmWave range, helping to get the fastest speed possible.


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Source: Mydrivers

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