Apple, which recently announced the addition of two new features to the iPhone 13 Pro cameras, announced today that these two new features mean support ProRes video format and automatic macro mode will be available in the third beta version of iOS 15.1. With these new features, Apple users will also be able to turn off ProRes video recording and auto macro mode.
In current versions of iOS 15, the iPhone 13 Pro will automatically shut down when close to a subject You recognize it and it changes from the main camera lens to the macro lens. Many Apple users have noticed this, and Apple has announced that it is adding a setting to turn it off. Despite the addition of this new feature, recent reports indicate that the macro mode has been turned off automatically.
Since iOS 15.1 is in beta, users are advised not to download this version at this time. , Because beta versions usually contain bugs that can negatively affect the user experience and even damage users' devices. If all goes according to plan, a new version of Apple's smartphone operating system should be released for all compatible devices in the coming months.
Other The new feature of the third beta version of iOS 15.1 will be the ability to record videos in ProRes format. ProRes format is actually a very advanced video format that can preserve the components of a video such as quality, detail, color and well. It is also a widely used format for editing software such as Final Cut, Adobe Premiere, and more. The ProRes format captures more detail (especially color information) in a video file. This feature keeps professional users free to edit their videos better.
Users on the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will be able to stream 4K videos in ProRes format at up to 30 frames per second. Record seconds. At 1080p, the refresh rate of the video increases to 60 frames per second. Of course, since the volume of videos using this format increases dramatically, the iPhone 13 Pro with 128 GB of memory is currently able to record videos at a resolution of 1080 and 30 frames per second.
While the ability to record videos in the format ProRes will be one of the attractive features of the iPhone 13 Pro series, but for users who use their iPhone on a daily basis for filming, it will definitely not be useful and suitable. Note that a minute of ProRes 1080p video is 1.3 GB in size. However, for the 4K version, the final file size reaches 5 GB. The third beta version of iOS 15.1 also includes the addition of the Quid 19 vaccination card to the Apple Wallet app. So we will see some very interesting changes in the iPhone 13 in this version.