This year’s iPhone, which is estimated to be called the iPhone 13, will be equipped with a portrait video mode, or portrait video mode.
The Verge launched a report from Bloomberg, quoted Wednesday, that this feature is called cinematic video, i.e. automatically blurs the background.
Cinematic video is one of the three main camera features on the iPhone 13, the other two being ProRes video recording and the other a new photo-editing option.
ProRes will be useful for video editors as it offers more control for video cuts. This mode is in addition to the ProRAW feature that was launched on last year’s iPhones.
Meanwhile, the latest photo editing feature, whose name is not yet known, is in the form of a filter-like feature to add to photos.
This news from Bloomberg is similar to that made by expert Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who last November stated that there would be improvements to the ultra-wide lens, namely a larger aperture.
All iPhone 13 is expected to have a notch or notch the smaller one. For the Pro version, Apple will provide refresh rate of 120Hz.
The model and size of the iPhone that launched this year is estimated to be the same as last year, namely the regular, mini, Pro and Pro Max versions.