Apple has improved portrait and cinematic modes on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro models with the release of iOS 16. Since the release of the new iOS version, the Cupertino company has detailed its features, including the improved camera effects available on the latest iPhone. Model improvements are likely to be available pre-installed on the iPhone 14 models, which are expected to debut later this year. The iOS 16 release comes with a ‘duplicate detection’ feature for photos to allow users to clear their library by deleting duplicate shots.
On the dedicated iOS 16 preview website, Apple is there Mentioned The new iOS release brings an enhanced portrait mode to the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and iPhone 13 mini, allowing users to blur the objects in the photo foreground.
This one comes as a Upgrade Existing portrait mode that allows users to adjust the background blur to keep them in focus.
Apple says the improvement is aimed at offering users a “more realistic-showing depth-of-field effect”.
In addition to enhanced portrait mode, iOS 16 brings advanced cinematic mode for video recording on iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro models.
This will bring a more accurate depth-of-field effect around the profile angle and around the edges of the hair and glasses when recording video in cinematic mode, the company said while explaining the improvement.
The iOS 16 release also has a ‘duplicate detection’ feature that uses machine learning to detect duplicate photos to clear and remove user clutter. Users will be able to access features by going through Album > Utilities.
A screenshot To share MacRumors indicates that a duplicate folder will be available under the Utilities section to allow users to view and delete their duplicate shots and free up some space on their device.
In addition to iOS 16, MacOS Ventura will offer ‘Duplicate Detection’ to help Mac users remove duplicate photos and clear space on their devices.
Both iOS 16 and macOS Ventura are currently available to developers, with their public beta releases scheduled for next month. Newer software versions will be available on eligible hardware as a free update later this year.