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Apple iPhone 13 Pro (512GB) [Like New]

Apple iPhone 13 Pro (512GB) [Like New]

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iPhone 13 Pro.

The biggest Pro camera system upgrade ever. Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion for a faster, more responsive feel. Lightning-fast A15 Bionic chip. Superfast 5G.1 Durable design and a huge leap in battery life.
The all-new iPhone 13 Series unleashes the power of 5G network, tapping into Extended Range 5G for broad coverage and Ultra Capacity 5G for super-fast speeds in more places. Thanks to the new Ultra Capacity 5G icon, shown for the first time on the iPhone 13, you'll be able to see when you're located in an area with 5GUC coverage.

► 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR Display with ProMotion
► Cinematic Mode
► Pro Camera System
► LiDAR Scanner
► 6x Optical Zoom Range
► ProRes Video
► Smart HDR 4
► Night Mode
► Apple ProRAW
► 4K Dolby Vision HDR Recording
► 12MP TrueDepth Front Camera
► A15 Bionic Chip
► Up to 22 Hours of Video Playback
► Durable Design with Ceramic Shield
► IP68 Water Resistance
► 5G Connectivity
► iOS 15
► Supports MagSafe Accessories

All About Cinematic Mode On The IPhone 13 Pro
All of the iPhone 13 get a new feature called Cinematic mode. It uses the rear cameras or the True Depth camera array to create a 1080p video at 30 frames per second. What makes the video compelling is that everything but your subject is out of focus. The iPhone can even execute a rack focus from one subject to another. The effect is dramatic and impressive.

Like Portrait mode for photos, the feature allows you to change the depth of field. What's great is the phone can do everything, including choosing who's in focus and when to change focus. During the recording, you can tap and manually change the focus points and aperture yourself. Or you can do all of that after the fact.

The IPhone 13 Pro Max Has The Longest Battery Life Of Any Phone We Tested

Both the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max have a larger battery. I didn't have any trouble getting through a day, even a hot and humid one where I captured a bunch of photos and videos. For me, the iPhone 13 Pro easily lasts a day on a single charge and the iPhone 13 Pro Max can go two days per charge. Both phones have longer battery lives last year's iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max.


The iPhone 13 Pro models have low-power display backlighting that has allowed Apple to implement ProMotion technology for the first time. Initially introduced in the iPad Pro in 2018, ProMotion offers adaptive refresh rates ranging from 10Hz to 120Hz.
The refresh rate of the display changes based on what's on the screen. So if you're reading a website that's static, the iPhone will use a lower refresh rate, but if you're playing a game, watching a movie, or scrolling through content, you'll see higher 120Hz refresh rates that provide a smoother and more responsive experience.

ProMotion technology is even able to accelerate and decelerate to match the speed of scrolling on the screen.

Ceramic Shield
Apple is continuing to use the "Ceramic Shield" material that delivers better drop protection for the iPhone 13 models. The Ceramic Shield display cover is made by infusing nano-ceramic crystals into glass. The ceramic crystals were manipulated to optimize for clarity while maintaining toughness, with the display created in partnership with Corning.

According to Apple, Ceramic Shield is tougher than any smartphone glass, with a dual-ion exchange process ensuring protection against scratches and everyday wear and tear.

In drop tests, iPhone 13 models have shown no improvements in durability compared to iPhone 12 models, which is not a surprise as they feature the same Ceramic Shield display and glass body.

TrueDepth Camera And Face ID

For biometric authentication purposes, the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max use Face ID, the facial recognition system that was first introduced in 2017. Face ID components are housed in the TrueDepth camera system in the display notch, which is smaller this year.
Face ID is used across iOS tasks for unlocking the iPhone, allowing access to third-party passcode-protected apps, confirming app purchases, and authenticating Apple Pay payments.
Face ID works through a set of sensors and cameras. A Dot Projector projects more than 30,000 invisible infrared dots onto the surface of the skin to create a 3D facial scan that maps the curves and planes of each face, with the scan read by an infrared camera.

The facial depth map is relayed to the A15 chip where it is transformed into a mathematical model that the iPhone uses to authenticate identity. Face ID works in low light and in the dark, and with hats, beards, glasses, sunglasses, scarves, and other accessories that partially obscure the face.

Triple-Lens Rear Cameras

The ‌iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max include a three-lens camera system with a 77mm six-element f/2.8 Telephoto lens, a 26mm seven-element f/1.5 Wide lens, and a 13mm six-element f/1.8 Ultra Wide lens.
Both the Wide and Telephoto lenses support dual optical image stabilization, while the Wide lens supports sensor-shift optical image stabilization.
The Wide lens features a wider aperture that lets in 2.2x more light and the largest sensor in an iPhone yet. It supports Wide color capture.
The Ultra Wide lens features a wider aperture, a faster sensor, and autofocus. The updated lens captures up to 92 percent more light, which should bring a drastic improvement in quality, and it also includes lens correction to account for distortion caused by the super wide field of view.
The 77mm Telephoto lens features 3x optical zoom in, up from 2.5x in the 12 Pro Max, and with the addition of the Ultra Wide lens, there is a 6x optical zoom range and support for 15x digital zoom.
There's also a LiDAR Scanner, which is not available on the iPhone 13 and 13 mini.

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