Buyers of the lower versions of the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max will be deprived of one of the new features

Another curious detail about the new iPhones appeared after the announcement. It turned out that some of the models will not support 4K ProRes video recording. 

The iPhone 13 Pro with 128 GB of flash memory will not have support for the negotiated format. This is indicated in the specifications of smartphones on the company's website, but, as usual, it is far from being in the most prominent place. The limitation is likely due to the fact that 4K ProRes video is very space-consuming, and Apple did not want millions of new smartphone users to be faced with a situation where they can shoot a very limited number of videos.

At the same time, all older models still have the ability to shoot ProRes in Full HD. However, the younger iPhones, 13 and 13 mini, cannot shoot video in this format at all.

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