By thinking diagonally
To squeeze in our greatest dual-camera system yet — with its largest Wide camera sensor — we created a whole new architecture and tilted the lenses 45 degrees. Our sensor-shift optical picture stabilization was also accommodated. We also gave the Ultra-Wide camera a quicker sensor.
Your images will have better depth in the dark areas thanks to the new Ultra-Wide camera. For better images and videos, the new Wide camera captures 47 percent more light. Even when you're not there, the new sensor-shift optical image stabilization keeps your images stable.
To direct the audience's attention in their films, filmmakers utilize a method known as rack focus, which involves changing focus from one subject to another. Now you can easily use the same narrative style to your films with your iPhone.
Effects & Focus
Simply start filming, and Cinematic mode will keep your subject in focus while generating a lovely depth-of-field effect all around them. The cinematic mode may also detect when a significant new topic is going to join the scene and adjust the focus accordingly. You can now produce films that appear and feel like they're from a movie with ease.
Cinematic mode shoots in Dolby Vision HDR
Without lifting a finger, you may take a fantastic snapshot. Night mode detects low-light situations and adapts automatically to capture bright, crisp photographs with vibrant colors. The backdrop is blurred in Portrait mode to focus on your topic. With a swipe, you can check out six different lighting effects. Smart HDR 4 can now detect up to four persons in a scene and adjust the contrast, lighting, and even skin tones for each of them. As a result, everyone looks their best.
Deep Fusion is activated in low- to mid-light situations. It pixel-by-pixel analyzes numerous exposures to capture the most delicate textures, patterns, and features. Even when you're up close to what you're filming, the Ultra Broad camera provides you with a wide field of vision. As a result, you may catch more of the scene without having to take a step back.
Memories are auto-generated slideshows made up of memorable moments from your picture bank. Customize them with your own design and feel, as well as a soundtrack from your music collection.
For whole new clouds of selfies, the TrueDepth camera model integrates all the newest capabilities from the rear cameras: Cinematic mode, Photographic Styles, Dolby Vision HDR recording, Portrait mode, Night mode selfies, Smart HDR 4, Deep Fusion, and more. Face ID, the most secure face authentication on a smartphone, is also powered by the A15 Bionic and the TrueDepth camera.
For all your images and movies, the iPhone 13 storage begins from 128GB.
Super Retina XDR display
Our OLED display brightens by 28 percent, up to 800 nits, making it easier to view in direct sunshine. For HDR content, it still goes up to 1200 nits. Bright whites, genuine blacks, and every shade in between will stand out. Despite this, the display uses less power than ever before.
The iPhone 13 has a cinema-standard wide color gamut, which displays colors exactly as they were intended by filmmakers. Everything on the screen seems very genuine because of the excellent color fidelity.
Because the Super Retina XDR display has a high pixel density, photographs, movies, and text — whatever you're looking at — appear extra-sharp. And, owing to a reduced TrueDepth camera area, the display is even bigger.
Raises the Battery
The iPhone 13 mini has a battery life of up to 1.5 hours longer.
The breakneck speed Cinematic mode, Photographic Styles, Live Text, and more are all powered by the A15 Bionic. Its Secure Enclave protects sensitive information such as your Face ID data and contacts. It's also more efficient, resulting in longer battery life. CPU that is up to 50% quicker than the competitors. Graphics that are up to 30% quicker than the competitors. The iPhone 13 Pro has the only smartphone processor that is quicker.
In touch in a moment
FaceTime with iOS 15 allows you to keep the conversation running while sharing movies, music, or anything else is on your screen. Filter out any alerts that aren't related to the work at hand to stay in the zone. Also, use text in images to send an email, make phone calls, obtain directions, and more.
iPhone assists you in gaining control over your personal data. Privacy Nutrition Labels, for example, show you how applications utilize your data. Apps require your consent to monitor your activities across apps and websites from other firms. And that's only the beginning.