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iPhone 13 Pro: Same design with 120Hz display and more powerful cameras

The iPhone 13 Pro series is now official too and it will still have the same design just like the previous generation but it will now sport a new color — Sierra Blue. But the best part about the iPhone 13 Pro aside from the A15 Bionic processor is the 120Hz refresh rate on the smartphone. Yes, the iPhone 13 Pro series now supports ProMotion so you can reach up to 120fps gaming on the smartphone.

For the cameras, the iPhone 13 Pro will now have better cameras with the main camera sporting a larger f/1.5 aperture but the best part about the cameras of the iPhone 13 Pro series is that it now comes with Cinematic mode which will give you a beautiful depth effect on videos similar to portrait mode. Not only that, you can also record Dolby Vision HDR on the smartphone.

For pro videographers, you would appreciate the iPhone 13 Pro series to sport ProRes, an advanced video codec that can be used for feature films and commercials to give you less compression and high color fidelity on the smartphone.

The display sizes will still be the same — 6.1″ for the iPhone 13 and 6.7″ for the iPhone 13 Pro but both displays will now have an adaptive refresh rate that can go up to 120Hz while the brightness can go up to 1000 nits. It will also have a ceramic shield on the glass of the iPhone to protect it from cracks.

The A15 processor inside this one is different from the A15 processor that we’ve seen on the iPhone 13 as this one comes with a 5-core GPU which is more than the iPhone 13.

The iPhone 13 Pro will come in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB variants and the iPhone 13 starts at Php63,990 while the iPhone 13 Pro Max starts at Php70,990.

Jam Ancheta
Jam Ancheta
Jam Ancheta likes to create content about tech. But he also hates tech.


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