In recent weeks, several publications have suggested that the next iPhone could carry the nomenclature 12s instead of the iPhone 13. Be that as it may, the latest rumor related to the next iPhone claims that it will offer a portrait mode in video mode, that is, we will be able to blur the background of the videos we record with the iPhone 13.
This claim comes from EverythingApplePro and Max Weinbach. This new mode will allow us to record videos with an aesthetic very similar to movies, mainly when the action takes place at night and the background lights are blurred. Unfortunately, this feature looks like it will only be limited to the new generation iPhone.
In this sense, once again, Apple wants to force users who want to enjoy this feature to renew their devices. With iOS 15, Apple introduces this feature for FaceTime calls so hardware is not an issue.
To this, we have to add that the processor is sufficiently capable of performing this process through software and a clear example of this is found in the Galaxy S20, a phone that included the background blur feature in videos more than a year ago, with a much less powerful processor than Apple’s.
In addition to the portrait mode in video, the iPhone 13, according to rumors, will debut a 120 Hz screen manufactured by Samsung, the camera module will be thicker, improvements will be included in the stabilization of the cameras, the largest capacity model would be 512GB, like the current generation…
Regarding the release date and availability, due to the shortage of semiconductors that is affecting the entire industry, this could be delayed a few months, so if you are already thinking of selling your iPhone 12 to buy the next model, perhaps you should wait.