This new Apple iPhone 13 feature coming, but you may be disappointed after launch
- Apple iPhone 13 feature that is being talked about by fans everywhere is all about satellife connectivity. However, there may be some disappointing news for many after iPhone 13 launch is done and dusted.
An Apple iPhone 13 feature that has been most-talked about, one that has really stolen the limelight, is about satellite connectivity. iPhone 13 launch is expected some time in September and if speculation is anything to go by, the phone is likely to be rolled out within a week's time. The Apple iPhone 13 launch date that is most often referred to is September 14. Ahead of the official announcement, several leaks have revealed what to expect from the upcoming iPhone 13 lineup. The Apple iPhone 13 lineup is said to support LEO satellite communications for emergency calls. Now, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has revealed more information regarding the feature and what he had to say will disappoint many fans. Gurman says that this iPhone 13 feature will not be available in several countries.
Gurman wrote, “The emergency features will only work in areas without any cellular coverage and only in select markets. Apple envisions eventually deploying its own array of satellites to beam data to devices, but that plan is likely years away from taking off.” He added,, ”some have asked me if these new features mean that the iPhone can be used as a satellite phone and have the ability to make calls anywhere in the world without cellular coverage. The answer is a big no. That's not happening now, next year, or anytime in the near future.”
The iPhone 13 is rumoured to come with support for a 120Hz refresh rate. The current Apple offerings are stuck in the past as they come with a 60Hz refresh rate. If reports are to be believed, Apple is adopting an LTPO display to offer a 120Hz high refresh rate on the iPhone 13 Pro series. Moreover, the iPhone 13 lineup could come with faster charging. The current iPhone 12 generation offers support for just 20W charging. It is rumoured that Apple will push that number to 25W with the upcoming iPhone.
The 2021 iPhones are tipped to introduce a new ProRes video-recording feature that will let users capture clips in a higher-quality format. It is said to give editors more control during post-production. Additionally, you could better control the look of colours and highlights in your pictures. The feature will differ from standard filters. For the unaware, portrait mode allows you to put a person in sharp focus while blurring the background. In other terms, it adds a bokeh effect. However, adding bokeh to videos is not something we haven't already seen.
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