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Apple may add these new camera features to iPhone 13

The launch of 2021 iPhones is expected to be just over a month away. Apple traditionally unveils its flagship devices in September every year and while no date has so far been announced, the launch seems to be on track. As the launch of iPhones draws nearer, rumours and leaks pick up steam. The latest titbit about the iPhone 13 (speculated name) comes from Bloomberg. According to a report by Bloomberg, the biggest upgrades to the new iPhone will be on the camera side.
The report says that Portrait mode will come to videos with the iPhone 13. Also, the iPhone 13 Pro models will have the ability to record videos in ProRes format — something that is surely to be appreciated by creative professionals.
Further, the report says that Apple is also expected to use a new filters system in the iPhone 13 to improve photo colour reproduction.


What to expect from iPhone 13 series

As far as other features are concerned, the iPhone 13 is expected to follow the lead of iPhone 12 in terms of design and size. No major design changes are expected and the iPhone 13 could have the same four models as seen with iPhone 12.
In terms of display features, Apple is expected to offer more than a few upgrades. Rumours have suggested that the iPhone 13 series could offer a 120Hz refresh rate — it will be a first for Apple but has been around in Android for a while now.
Another display-related feature that the iPhone 13 could bring in tow is always-on feature. Apple has so far stayed away from it but grapevine suggests that it could finally give in to it. Samsung, Google and others have had the always-on display feature for a while now.
So far it is all about the rumours and we will get a clear picture only when Apple announces the new iPhones, which as we mentioned, should be sometime in second week of September.

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