How To Enable/Disable ProRes on iPhone 13 Pro & iPhone 13 Pro Max

By Govind

Apple’s camera improvement on every new models is undoubtedly best. With the new iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max models, Apple also did best by adding Cinematic Mode, Photography style, and ProRes. Here will guide how to turn on or off ProRes on iPhone 13 Pro or Pro Max. 

Apple introduced the new ProRes video mode on iPhone 13 premium models. The Camera app has a high-quality video recording format at 1080p 30 fps with the 128GB storage option and up to 4K 30 fps with 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage options. It is broadly used as the final format to offer HD files for Blue-ray and streaming. It also supports resolution up to 8k. 

How To Turn ON/OFF ProRes on iPhone 13 Pro & iPhone 13 Pro Max

Note: Before you go ahead and start complaining about ProRes not showing on iPhone 13, you should know that ProRes is not only available in iOS 15.1 beta 3. It will be soon added to the stable iOS version for everyone.

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
  2. Scroll and tap on Camera.
  3. Next, tap on Format.
  4. Now turn toggle ON next to Apple ProRes under the Video Capture section.

Once you enabled ProRes format on iPhone 13 model, a minute of 10 bit HDR or ProRes is around 1.7 GB for HD. All ProRes codecs support any frame size (including SD, HD, 2K,. 4K, 5K, and larger) at full resolution.

If you don’t want to use ProRes feature anymore, you can go back to Settings > Camera > Format > turn off the Apple ProRes option again. 

After using the new ProRes feature on your iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, do not forget to share your feedback in the comment box. If you need more help with any iPhone 13 tips and tricks, don’t hesitate to ask us through the comment section.

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By Govind
Being in love with the tech world, Govind joined the technology world in 2015 and started writing about tech stuff (mobile, PC, games, other gadgets). He loves playing games, travelling, photography and sharing the latest news & updates about every Apple products (iPhone, iPad, Mac, etc.).

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