These stunning macro photos will sell you on iPhone 13 Pro


These stunning macro photos will sell you on iPhone 13 Pro
The Cult of Mac managing editor, not a professional photographer, took this beautiful picture.
Photo: Lewis Wallace/Cult of Mac

Among the many new camera features in the iPhone 13 Pro is Macro mode. This allows the user to take very close-up images, putting the focus on tiny objects.

Many users of Apple’s latest top-tier handsets have been quick to try out this new capability. And some of the results are spectacular. Check them out now, and be prepared to be wowed.

iPhone 13 Pro: Let’s go macro

The Ultra Wide camera in the iPhone 13 Pro models can focus at just 2 cm. As Apple points out, this lets users, “Transform a leaf into abstract art. Capture a caterpillar’s fuzz. Magnify a dewdrop.”

Samples posted on Twitter show that people took those comments to heart.

Feast your eyes on this!

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Steven Sinofsky took quite a few images. Click on his post for more.

Just remember, Macro mode is not a feature of the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 or the iPhone 13 mini. To get it, you must go for one of the two iPhone 13 Pro models. This is just one of quite a few differences between the Pro and non-Pro versions.


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