Experience the Future of Displays with iPhone 15 Pro’s ProMotion

The new iPhone 15 Pro phones have many unique features, including a customizable Action button that substitutes for the conventional mute button. It can be programmed to start apps, create voice memos or run shortcuts.

It also has support for ProRaw formats and Cinematic Mode videos for a more professional look. And it’s going all-in on USB-C. It’s the similar port found in the majority of laptops as well as other equipment.

A16 Bionic chip

Apple’s new A-series processor is the driving force behind this year’s iPhone 15 lineup. Developed on TSMC’s 3nm process and promises huge improvements both in terms of power efficiency and performance while being less bulky than its predecessor.

The Geekbench scores of the new A17 Bionic chip have proven that the processor is faster than the previous A16 Bionic chip that was found on the iPhone 14 Pro. It also boasts a faster GPU that allows console exclusive games like Resident Evil 4 to run in native resolution on iPhone 15 Pro.

However, iPhone 15 Pro is likely to require greater than A17 Bionic chip to propel the iPhone 15 Pro beyond a couple of its competition. In the event that Android phones use the A17 chip with 3nm Bionic chip, they will need to use older Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processors as well as not be able close the gap in some test benchmarks. However, it is expected that the new A17 Bionic chip is likely to be able to deliver significantly superior performance in terms of CPU and GPU over current Android phones.

iPhone 15 Pro

ProMotion display

ProMotion is the fancy name Apple uses for its 120Hz, high-resolution display first introduced in the iPad Pro in 2017. It speeds up certain parts of the display to offer better scrolling performance and greater responsiveness as well as slowing other parts of the screen when not working on it, to help save energy.

Apple’s own apps use ProMotion for automatic rendering, but third party developers still need to choose to use the higher frame rate if they want their motion-related games or apps to benefit from fluid motions. Developers have the option to opt-in in the Display Settings menu.

So, even older iPhones and non-Pro iPads likely to appear slow by the same standards when you go back to these devices. But that doesn’t mean ProMotion can only be used on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max and is expected to eventually be added to MacBooks with lower specs as well, according to AppleInsider.

Photography ProRAW

The smartphone camera has improved enough that you are confident in making some great photos However, it’s still far from being as good as DSLR cameras. This is where ProRAW comes in and aims to enhance your photography using Apple’s computational photography algorithms.

The Apple iPhone 14 Pro and 15 Pro Max come with 48-megapixel main cameras with lots of detail. In the past, however you can only access the full resolution of those cameras by shooting in raw or using an app from a third party.

ProRAW enables you to capture photos with high-resolution in RAW format, which allows for more control while editing. This also means larger images, which can eat up your storage very quickly. The reason for this is that it works only for the Pro models and requires iOS 14.3 or later. It can be enabled by pressing the crossed out RAW button on the Camera app. It’s not compatible with Live Photos or Portrait mode However, it will work with Portrait mode. It’s not known if or when Apple will bring this feature to other iPhones.

Cinematic Mode video clips

When you shoot Cinematic Mode videos you can enjoy a very cool effect that blurs the background in front of your subject. This is similar to what Portrait photographs work. You can also change the focus point after taking the picture to enhance your result.

This feature is a great option to boost your TikTok and Instagram videos to the next level. It’s very simple to use and it looks fantastic, though like any feature that relies on software prediction and machine learning, it might distract you at unintentional times or shift to a subject you didn’t intend.

It’s worth noting that the iphone’s Camera application will apply stabilization to your footage when you use this feature. This can be a useful feature if you’re recording while being active or walking around, especially when you have shaky hands. Apple is expected to enable ProRes support in this video mode with an update later this year, allowing it to capture up to 4K at 60 frames per second. It will allow users to record high-quality videos for editing within programs like Final Cut or iMovie.