According to several reliable tech reports, Apple is all set to introduce its upcoming phones with at least three major new camera and video-recording features, which will be considerably better than previous models.
In a new Bloomberg report, it is almost clear as day that the upcoming iPhones, which are probably to make their debut next month, will include a video version of the phone’s Portrait mode feature, the ability to record video in a higher-quality format called ProRes, and a new filters-like system that improves the look and colors of photos. A new ProRes video-recording feature will let iPhone users capture clips in a higher-quality format that gives editors more control during post-production.
Apart from the impressive new camera upgrades, the new iPhones are expected to get relatively modest upgrades. Last year, Apple revamped the iPhone design, added 5G wireless networking, and updated the camera hardware. For this year, the company will retain the same 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch regular sizes and 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch Pro screen dimensions, as well as their designs.
As is rumored, the new phones will include a faster A15 chip and a smaller notch, and a new screen technology that could enable a faster refresh rate for smoother scrolling. Expected to arrive in September, if all goes well, the event will be a virtual one, just like last year.