10 things Apple didn’t say about iPhone 13

When unveiling the iPhone 13 lineup, executives who appeared in Apple’s pre-taped presentation broadcast on September 14 spent air time highlighting headline new features like Cinematic Mode, the improved rear cameras and a 120HZ display. In this video, we’re going to tell you about a few hidden features of iPhone 13 that Apple didn’t talk about.

A still image taken from iDownloadBlog's video about 10 hidden iPhone 13 features, with host Harris Craycraft showing a blue iPhone 13 Pro Max in his hand to the camera

iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro: 10 hidden features

It’s understandable why Apple didn’t discuss each and every new feature. Start talking about too many different things and the audience will doze off. That said, there are definitely many improvements for the latest iPhones that Apple didn’t have the time to talk about during the unveiling. And most of them aren’t even mentioned in Apple’s press releases or its website.

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Here’s iDownloadBlog’s videographer Harris Craycraft with a short straight-to-the-point video, running less than six minutes long, that features 10 hidden details, features and silent capabilities, both good and bad, about the new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro models.

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To be sure, the video may incorrectly state that Apple’s new Cinematic Mode switches to a lower resolution on storage-strained models. As we explained in our introductory writeup about Apple’s ProRes codec making its way onto the new iPhones, it is actually shooting in ProRes that switches from 4K to 1080p on 128GB models, not Cinematic Mode.

On higher-capacity models, ProRes enables video capture in 4K at thirty frames per second.