The wait is over for iPhone 13, the iPhone 13, which comes with an updated design, was officially revealed today at an Apple event broadcast from California
After all, the Standard Edition was the most popular of last year's series, and there will be plenty of upgrades for the iPhone 13 series, even compared to the 12 Pro MaxSo, what's new in the iPhone 13?
iPhone 13 Specs
Following in the footsteps of last year's Pro versions, the iPhone 13 appears to have borrowed the 12 Pro Max's main camera module, along with Sensor Shift. We all know how beautiful photos the 12 Pro Max can take, and the bigger sensor is now moving to the iPhone 13, ready to take sharper photos in Night Mode.
The ultra-wide lens also gets an upgrade, if not in the resolution of the sensor, in its aperture that is now wider than that of the previous series as it is able to let in more light and capture clearer and better-looking landscapes.
Overall, an all-new rear camera awaits in the iPhone 13, even if you're coming from last year's series, not to mention if you're upgrading from the iPhone 11 or the rest of the older phones.
We have the new Apple A15 chipset designed with a 5nm process that can deliver even better performance when it comes to photo and video processing.
The insane power that the A15 now offers allows Apple to do some photography and editing tricks like a cinematic video mode that adds adjustable bokeh to shots and requires an insane amount of processing to work properly.
Don't expect high scores on benchmarks, although the A15 is about 7% faster than the A14 but more energy efficient, which should bode well for the iPhone 13's battery life from the larger 3,095mAh battery used by Apple. right Now.
iPhone 13 price and new editions
All those camera and processing upgrades come at a very affordable price, as the iPhone 13 was priced at the same price as last year's model when it was launched: $799 for the base 128GB model as the 64GB version was abandoned with an additional $100 for the 256GB version, while The top 512GB version is priced at $1,099.
Lots of changes and new colors
As previously rumored, Apple reduced the notch size by about 25% by moving the earpiece up, and the Face ID components were made smaller. The rear got a diagonal camera lens setup at the expense of the larger sensors which seem to be inherited directly from the Pro/Max models from last year.
Front and rear changes to the design are instantly noticeable, making the differences between iPhone 13 andiPhone 12 very clear. Rest assured, everyone at work or college and on the street will know you have the latest iPhone model when they buy the new one.
Apple has kept its track record of beautiful color options, with iPhone 13 available in Pink, Blue, Midnight, Starlight, and Red—something for everyone's taste, especially young and old.
The iPhone 13 display is perhaps the most unexpected update. We still have the same 6.1-inch OLED panel with a minimum peak brightness of 800 nits, which can go up to 1200 nits. We still have a standard 60Hz refresh rate.