An improved camera, longer battery life, and better resilience when dropped or struck are one of the new features in Apple’s latest iPhone series, which are cheaper than last year’s phones.
The tech giant has announced four new models: the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, and the 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max. All of these feature a camera system that has been redesigned to capture clearer, more detailed images. video.
The handset was launched on September 24th and was priced at £ 679, £ 799, £ 949 and £ 1,049, with last year’s models priced at £ 699, £ 799, £ 999 and £ 1,099, respectively.
The two Pro models boast Apple’s “greatest camera advancement ever” with three rear cameras, supporting faster shutter speeds and being shot in the dark with ultra-wide-angle lenses. The photo was improved by 92%.
A new feature called Photo Styles allows you to apply edits in real time as a photo is rendered, allowing you to create custom filters that can be applied to multiple photos to help users develop a particular signature style.
Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow, who experimented with the new system, said the iPhone 13 Pro’s camera is so sophisticated that it could revolutionize the film industry.
“It will change the language of the film in a very positive way,” she said, talking to cinematographer Greig Fraser, who worked on the long-awaited next: Dunes movie.
All four iPhones have been redesigned to withstand drops and shocks thanks to an enhanced, more durable screen, and Apple says the energy-efficient A15 processor will “significantly improve” battery life. You can enjoy the promised benefits.
The company also announced the Apple Watch Series 7 smartwatch with two new iPads, a standard entry-level model and an updated iPad mini, and a larger display. It will be available in late fall.
This is Apple’s second consecutive iPhone launch as a purely online-only event after the pandemic prevented Apple from inviting the world’s media and celebrities to announce the iPhone 12 directly last October. is.
The tech giant has been ordered by a California court to stop preventing App Store developers from linking to third-party payment options as part of the company’s ongoing legal battle against gaming company Epic Games. rice field.
Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers ruled that the court “cannot finally conclude that Apple is the monopoly,” but the decision avoids software makers reducing Apple’s 15% to 30%. It means you can, and as a result, you can lose billions of dollars. Annual income dollars.