With the release of the iPhone 13, Apple is reaching out to professionals by including the ProRes codec on the Pro and Pro Max versions. From now on, it will be possible to record and edit videos in this format directly on your smartphone.
Apple’s last keynote was the opportunity to unveil the new iPhone 13 and its mini, Pro and Pro Max variants. The screens use the same diagonals as those of, namely 5.4 inches for the mini, 6.1 inches for 13 and the Pro, and 6.7 inches for the Pro Max. The whole line goes to the new A15 Bionic processor, and the Pro and Pro Max models get a refresh rate of 120 adaptive with ProMotion.
The camera is undergoing some changes, but the flagship novelty is the inclusion of the ProRes video recording format on13 Pro and Pro Max. This codec, used by professionals, offers more faithful with less compression. It is to video what the ProRaw format is to photos. the will also be able to edit videos in ProRes, delivering a full professional workflow right to the iPhone.
The 128 GB version of the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max more limited
Be careful, however, on the 128 gigabytes model, recording with ProRes will be limited to Full HD at 30 frames per second, probably because of ainsufficient storage. You must choose at least a 256 gigabyte model to benefit from ProRes in at 30 frames per second.
and the iPhone 13 mini will be offered with 128, 256 and 512 gigabytes of storage, starting at 909 and 809 euros respectively. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will have the same options for storage, but with the ability to go up to 1 terabyte. These two models will be sold from 1,159 euros and 1,259 euros respectively. All models will be available for pre-order from September 17th.