Your new superpower
Apple designed a totally new architecture and turned the lenses 45 degrees to fit the best Apple dual-camera system ever — with its biggest Wide camera sensor. They also made room for their sensor-shift optical image stabilisation. iPhone 13 is equipped with the Ultra Wide camera with a faster sensor.
New Ultra Wide camera reveals more detail in the dark areas of your photos
New Wide camera captures 47% more light for better photos and videos
New sensor-shift optical image stabilisation keeps shots steady even when you’re not
Filmmakers use a technique called rack focus — shifting focus from one subject to another — to guide the audience’s attention in their films. Now iPhone makes it easy for you to bring the same storytelling technique to your videos. Just start recording and Cinematic mode will hold focus on your subject while creating a beautiful depth-of-field effect all around them. Cinematic mode anticipates when a prominent new subject is about to enter the scene and automatically shifts focus when they do. Now you can effortlessly create videos that look and feel like the movies. Cinematic mode shoots in Dolby Vision HDR
Night mode senses low-light scenes and automatically adjusts to take bright, clear photos with amazingly rich colours. Portrait mode artfully blurs the background to put the focus on your subject. You can try out six creative lighting effects with a swipe. Smart HDR 4 now recognises up to four different people in a scene, and optimises contrast, lighting and even skin tones for each one. So everybody looks their best. Deep Fusion activates in mid- to low-light scenes. It analyses multiple exposures pixel by pixel to capture the subtlest textures, patterns and details. The Ultra Wide camera gives you a wide field of view even when you’re right up close to what you’re shooting. So you can capture more of the scene without stepping back.
Super-bright. Our OLED display gets 28 per cent brighter — up to 800 nits — so it’s easier to see in full sunlight. And it still goes up to 1,200 nits for HDR content. You’ll notice bright whites, true blacks and every shade in between. Yet the display conserves power better than ever.. Super-colourful
iPhone 13 features a cinema-standard wide colour gamut, displaying colours just as filmmakers intended. And with precise colour accuracy, everything on the screen looks remarkably natural.
Super-sharp. The Super Retina XDR display has an ultra-high pixel density, so photos, videos, text — whatever you’re viewing — looks extra-sharp. And the display is even more expansive, thanks to a smaller TrueDepth camera area.
A15 Bionic is a speed-boosting, camera-elevating, reality-augmenting, power-optimising, privacy-protecting, game-changing chip.
The lightning-fast A15 Bionic powers Cinematic mode, Photographic Styles, Live Text and more. Its Secure Enclave locks down personal info like your Face ID data and contacts. And it’s more efficient, helping to deliver longer battery life.