The third developer beta of iOS 15.1 now allows iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max users to manually turn off Macro mode for the Camera app.
The latest developer beta of iOS 15.1 has turned on ProRes, the professional video format for iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max users.
The iPhone 13 Pro brings a new ProMotion display, faster 5G connectivity, A15 Bionic, and so much more. But what about that impressive new camera system? Here are our first impressions.
Although the Samsung Galaxy S21+ is bigger than the iPhone 13 Pro, that doesn't necessarily make it better. Both of these smartphones have clear advantages that set them apart.
A new video shows the impact that Apple's new 120Hz ProMotion has on the animations on the iPhone 13 compared to its predecessor.
Apple has said that developers on iOS 15 can take advantage of 120Hz on iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, they just have to go through a couple of steps first.
The iPhone 13 Pro does charge on Apple's MagSafe Duo Charger, but the new iPhone's camera module means that it will not lie flat.
Travel photographer Austin Mann is very good at taking photos, as you'd imagine. Turns out the iPhone 13 Pro is pretty good at it, too.
Despite not officially releasing until Friday, someone has posted an unboxing video of the iPhone 13 Pro Max in Gold.
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