The most likely iPhone 13 range color we’ve heard about so far is matte black, as multiple sources have mentioned it, and now we have more details on what it could look like.
According to EverythingApplePro on YouTube, the matte black shade (which will apparently be exclusive to the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max) will be much darker than the graphite shade you can get in the iPhone 12 Pro range.
This might not be surprising given the name, but we had heard earlier that this matte black shade would be a facelift of the Graphite alternative. While this latest leak suggests that instead of dark grey, it will be almost black, the shade will clearly be closer to the hex color code 121212.
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Stabilization and subject tracking
Plus, the source also echoed previous rumors that the entire iPhone 13 range will get sensor-shift stabilization. This should improve the stabilization in the camera, allowing for sharper shots, but this source says it will apparently work at all resolutions and frame rates, and may also enable subject tracking.
This probably means it will help you focus on subjects, so it seems like it could be especially useful for fast-moving people or objects, such as you at a sporting event or animals. can meet together. However, this is just speculation for now.
The iPhone 13 Pro probably won’t land until September, so we won’t know for sure for a while, but WWDC 2021 starts today (June 7) and we’re looking forward to getting an official look at the software that’s set to power. are hoping. Apple has its next phone, so visit our WWDC live blog for all the details on that.
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Via Phone Arena