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Apple Officially Introduces iPhone 13, With Breakthrough camera, Battery Life, More (VIDEOS)

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Apple has officially introduced iPhone 13 with better improvements on the camera features that will produce better still photographs and videos.

The earliest iPhone 13 will come in two versions: the 6.1-inch “regular” model and the smaller 5.4-inch iPhone 13 Mini. The screen is an OLED panel, although it’s brighter than last year’s, while the sides are still aluminum sandwiched between two slabs of glass.

The new iPhone 13 has no significant difference from iPhone 12. Unlike the iPhone 12, which saw a substantial redesign, the iPhone 13 has the same broad look as Apple’s old “S”-year model of iPhones.

Some of the most substantial improvements to the 2021 iPhones are found in the camera(s), and the company on Tuesday announced several new features that will produce better still photographs and videos on the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Along with the standard Portrait Mode, Night Mode, Time-Lapse and other photographic capabilities, the iPhone 13 models gain new “cinematic mode” for the video that replicates the rack focus effect commonly seen in movies.

The bigger sensor on the Wide camera captures nearly 50 percent more light, which helps for taking even more impressive Night mode shots. Image Credit: Apple

The iPhone 13 smoothly transitions between forefront and background focus based on what’s occurring in the frame. The system is intelligent enough to change focus when a subject looks away from the phone. You can also manually tap to change or lock focus on your preferred subject. Cinematic mode is also available on the iPhone 13 Mini.

Cinematic mode records videos of people, pets, and objects with a beautiful depth effect with automatic focus changes, so anyone can capture cinema-style moments. Image Credit: Apple

There's a new diagonal dual-lens rear camera with 12 megapixels Wide and Ultra Wide cameras. The Wide camera features an improved f/1.6 aperture that lets in 47 percent more light and Sensor-Shift Stabilization, while the Ultra-Wide camera features an improved f/2.4 aperture for improved low-light performance.

Apple's iPhone 13 and 13 mini can be unlocked with the Face ID facial recognition system, which works with the 12-megapixel front-facing camera that supports Smart HDR 4, Deep Fusion, Night Mode, Cinematic Mode, Night Mode Selfies, and more.

Apple boss Tim Cook said that The new cinematic mode "anticipates when someone is about to enter the frame" and shifts focus to them, Apple said - something known as "pull focus" and It is the only smartphone that lets users edit this effect after shooting.

Other features of the Apple iPhone 13 include a faster and more powerful processor A15 chip, a brighter display, and a battery life of up to 2.5 hours longer, and comes in new colours including pink, blue, midnight, starlight and red.

The new iPhone will also have up to 500GB of storage with its lowest available storage rising to 128GB from previous models' 64GB.

the iPhone 13 mini starts at $699, while pricing on the iPhone 13 starts at $799, and there were no increases in prices this year. Pre-orders for the new iPhone 13 models start on Friday, September 17 at 5:00 a.m. Pacific Time, with an official launch following on Friday, September 24.

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