A Apple revealed this Tuesday (14/09) that the new iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will feature proprietary ProMotion technology that adapts the screen update according to usage, which may vary between 10 Hz and 120 Hz.
According to Apple, both versions will feature an OLED screen, the 13-inch iPhone 6,1 Pro and the 13-inch iPhone 6,7 Pro Max, but with slightly smaller notches that should allow more spaces in the status bar of the new iOS 15.
A 15 Bionic
The new iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will also feature Apple's new A15 Bionic chipset architecture, which offers a considerable increase in CPU and GPU compared to the iPhone 12. According to the manufacturer, the device will have a leap in performance to games and apps for video and photo editing thanks to the 5-core technology of the device's new GPU.
The processor also has a machine learning system that should help speed up tasks and contribute to a lower battery drain.
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In addition to the 120 Hz screens, another big difference between the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max in relation to the iPhone 13 and 13 mini it's on the cameras. According to Apple, the Pro line will feature a triple setup, the main camera being a 77mm Telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, plus an Ultra Wide lens with f/1.8 focus aperture and a macro lens for close-up shots. detail.
In addition, the cameras on the new iPhone 13 Pro will feature artificial intelligence-enhanced night mode, according to Apple, the iPhone's new autofocus system ensures 92% improvement for low-light environments, producing brighter, sharper images. .
The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will also have popular features like Deep Fusion, Apple ProRAW and Portrait mode with portrait lighting, plus HDR 4 mode for sharper color photos.
For filming, the iPhone 13 Pro will feature an improved system that brings the smartphone closer to professional movie cameras, ensuring focus editing even after shooting is complete via iMovie for iOS and MacOs, in addition to Final Cut Pro.
In addition to this feature, the A15 Bionic hardware guarantees a unique recording system in Dolby Vision HDR in ProRes format, the same used for recording movies and commercials, enabling the use of the iPhone in professional work.
Larger batteries and 1TB storage
The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will also feature larger batteries than the previous generation. According to Apple, the devices will average 1,5 hours longer than the iPhone 12 in the PRO version and 2,5 hours longer than the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Also according to the manufacturer, the new generation of iPhone Pro marks a new era for smartphone storage standards, being the first iPhone with a capacity of 1TB of memory. In addition, the smartphone will have 128GB, 256GB and 512GB versions.
The iPhone 13 Pro will hit the market on September 24, starting at US$999 (US$5.226,81, abroad, excluding tax), while the iPhone 13 Pro Max will ship for US$5.750, excluding taxes).
iOS 15 and 5G connection
During the event, Apple also highlighted the integration of the A15 Bionic chip with the new iOS 15 system for the iPhone 13. According to the manufacturer, the system improves the users' experience in features ranging from the improvement of FaceTime, which received support for Spatial audio and call enhancement via artificial intelligence, plus an enhanced focus mode that allows the user to customize various usage profiles, including which notifications they want and don't receive.
In addition, iOS 15 AI contributes to productivity through the Live Text system that allows automatic identification of text in images and photos, enabling its transcription to text and note apps.
The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max also have an updated 5G network system compared to the iPhone 12. The model received an updated hardware design that allows the connection with more 5G bands, allowing its operation in places with low signal. Apple estimates that 5G support will double worldwide by the end of 2021, spreading to more than 60 countries.
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