iPhone 13 Pro is one of the most iPhone phones Rich in powerful specs you can buy in 2021. The device packs the greatest possible features from Apple, and it's definitely the version to consider if you're wondering if the iPhone 13 isn't your go-to option.
iPhone 13 Pro announced along with Standard Edition and a version (Mini), another Pro and finally Pro Max.
There is more RAM than the standard version but we have the same processor inside. There are three rear cameras, not two, and many other characteristics that distinguish it from the standard version.
The addition of the LiDAR sensor in the rear camera that we saw in the previous generation provides more options for creativity in the photographic experience,
The company is paving the way for more advanced augmented reality features in the future with its LiDAR sensor. But other than that, the Pro is pretty much the same as the standard model with the same size, shape and design, and it supports 5G networks and Apple's MagSafe technology as well.
The design of the iPhone 13 Pro is futuristic and retro at the same time: we have a clear and bright 6.1-inch OLED display that extends to the edges of the phone, which means that the 13 Pro is actually smaller than the iPhone 11 Pro released in 2019.
For the second year in a row, you'll immediately notice that the curved edges have been replaced by flat edges that have a slightly harsh feel, which makes you lose the phone's grip, but it feels tighter, stiffer, and more durable.
The iPhone 13 Pro was announced along with three other releases in September 2021 which is the usual time for Apple conferences every year.
Last year was an exception as we originally expected the 2020 Apple phones to be launched in September.
In line with the schedule of iPhone releases each year, but unfortunately the phones were revealed a month later, likely due to the impact of the Corona virus outbreak on factories and workers.
The release date of iPhone 12 is October 23, 2020, and the Pro Max followed later in November, but the iPhone 13 Pro was revealed on September 14 this year and there were no surprises.
The price of the iPhone 13 Pro starts from $ 1,000, which is approximately 16 thousand Egyptian pounds, and approaches 4 thousand Saudi riyals, for the 128 GB version, and this is the minimum amount of storage space.
With the price increasing to $1,100 for the 256 GB version, $1,300 for the 512 GB version, and $1,500 for the higher version 1 TB.
Over time, these prices will definitely drop in all stores but as of the beginning of 2022, when they will be widely available in all global markets.
In terms of design, there aren't any revolutionary steps in it, the notch has been reduced in size a bit but is still noticeable, the other old feature is the ceramic shield on the front, which replaces the glass layer we saw in the iPhone 11.
Apple worked with Corning to create a chassis that isn't actually glass, but has four times the layer of last year's screen, so your new iPhone will be harder to crack.
And while the back of the iPhone 13 Pro is still the same glass used in last year's phone, the design will apparently make it twice as strong as the previous generation in the event of a fall.
It's important to note that Apple doesn't call these iPhones unbreakable, it just says they're more powerful. The IP68 rating has been improved to allow you to submerge your 13 Pro even deeper in water than before, which actually means it's more water-resistant.
If the phone is thrown on the ground, it can still be broken and scratched as well.
So if you are thinking that you can do without a case or screen protector, think again, the new iPhone 13 Pro screen can still be scratched by sharp objects, or break the glass front, even if it has a much better degree of protection especially on the front screen than series last year.
One of the big constant news from last year is that the charger and EarPods are not included in the phone case. Apple also claims this year that this will have a significant environmental impact, and believes there is no need to include a charger because everyone already has one.
That's right, most of us have a drawer full of them. And if the Lightning cable is still working fine, don't worry.
The iPhone 13 Pro, basically, comes with a 6.1-inch OLED screen as last year. The big change is that it supports a variable LTPO refresh rate of up to 120Hz, a feature that Apple fans have been wishing for over the past years.
It's now the same screen size as the standard version, which is surprising. We were expecting Apple to change what it did last year in order to differentiate these two versions, given that they share the same design, and a slightly larger screen would have been a good way to do that.
With the LTPO OLED technology used here, you'll get one of the best displays out there that can display deep blacks, vibrant whites and a wide range of colors, especially when watching HDR footage.
Whether you're looking to watch high-quality Instagram photos or just want to watch videos and movies on your phone, you'll enjoy watching Dolby Vision's cutting-edge 4K video content at 60 frames per second.
It was good to see 120Hz refresh rate technology for the first time ever on an iPhone, as this high refresh rate adds more fluidity to your mobile application browsing experience, and given that many high-end Android phones now have this feature, it is unfortunate that It was missing from the best Apple phones until 2020.
The iPhone 13 Pro’s rear camera is made up of three distinct sensors, all of which are 12MP: we have a wide lens, an ultra-wide lens, and a third lens that is a telephoto sensor that supports true optical zoom up to 3x.
There's a fourth sensor here that we saw on last year's phones and that's the LiDAR scanner, which makes it easier for the iPhone to know what it's looking for. The primary benefit of this sensor is to detect people's faces in low-light conditions, allowing the camera to auto-focus quickly.
In good lighting conditions, we didn't notice the cameras focusing faster thanks to the LiDAR sensor, but when it came to night mode photos, it was a really useful feature.
While the 13 Pro's cameras don't seem like a huge upgrade over last year's phone, with the same three 12MP sensors, the big news is that you can now use Night mode with all of them, rather than just the main camera.
This is an important feature that Apple really excels at as this mode can dramatically brighten any photo, even those taken in pitch-black conditions.
The front camera in general is a big upgrade over previous phones as it has almost every feature that the rear sensors have to offer, with features like Smart HDR 3 for better image processing and Dolby Vision video recording as well.
One of the big features Apple is promoting in this year's phones is the ability to record, edit, and watch Dolby Vision content in 4K at 60 frames per second.
The phone is powered by the A15 Bionic chipset, and it also comes with 6GB of RAM with internal storage starting from 128GB and going up to 1TB for the first time ever. This is more than enough power to get almost any task done.
We don't know if most people will be able to get the most out of this mighty power or not, but if you know you're going to need a phone that can run even the most demanding apps, this is definitely the phone for you especially since you have the most powerful processor in the world right now that excels. over all rivals easily.
The phone comes with a battery with a capacity of 3125 mAh. Regarding the overall battery life, we noticed that with light usage such as not using the phone much during the day for browsing and playing games, only photography and listening to music, we can easily reach the middle of the night with more than half the remaining battery, And the phone can last up to 48 hours before it desperately needs charging.
Apple reported that the phone has received a noticeable upgrade in terms of battery life, as it lasts an hour and a half more than the iPhone 12 Pro battery from last year. The company also says that you can watch videos continuously on the phone for 20 hours without interruption, compared to only 11 hours in last year's model.
At first glance, the iPhone 13 Pro is a tough sell compared to the standard iPhone 13. The two phones look identical, and if we take a quick look at the specifications we will find that they are very similar as well. However, there are a few key areas that impressed us the most: the iPhone 13 Pro's screen colors are great looking, with the phone's blue color being one of the prettiest we've ever seen.
A telephoto sensor is very useful, arguably more important than an ultra-wide lens. Still in its infancy as a new technology in iPhones, the LiDAR sensor has already proven useful when shooting in low light, but another advantage is the internal storage starting at 128GB that is becoming more acceptable to the modern smartphone user than the 64GB.
iPhone 13 Pro is among the best smartphones of the current year and comes with all the features that might make it the ideal device for any user, Apple does not skimp on anything here at all and the phone offers the best use experience in any iPhone at all. We finally have a 120Hz refresh rate after sadly seeing all the Android phones use that feature over the past years. There is the new cinematic video mode that promises a lot. The huge feature set is complemented by the battery life that has been clearly improved compared to last year's phone, we still have the Bionic processor that crushes all the competing Android processors. Apple makes the competition a lot harder and it seems that it came out on top in terms of sales in the fourth quarter of this year, so iPhone 13 Pro is the 2021 winning deal for the user who wants a perfect flagship phone.
|Announcement Date||September 14, 2021|
|Launch Date||September 24, 2021|
|Dimensions||146.7 x 71.5 x 7.4 mm (5.78 x 2.81 x 0.29 in)|
|Phone Materials||Glass front (Gorilla Glass), glass back (Gorilla Glass), stainless steel frame|
|Phone Colors||Blue, gold, silver, graphite|
|Display||LTPO OLED touch screen, 16 million colors|
|Resolution||1170 x 2532 pixels, a pixel density of 457 pixels per inch|
|protection layer||Scratch-resistant ceramic glass, oil-resistant coating|
|Screen-to-body ratio||87.1% screen-to-body ratio|
120Hz refresh rate
Wide color gamut
|Chipset||Apple A15 Bionic - five nanometers|
|Internal Storage||128 - 256 - 512 GB, 1 TB|
|1st Sensor||12 MP, f/1.5,(wide)|
|2nd Sensor||12 MP, f/2.8, (telephoto), 3x optical zoom|
|3rd Sensor||12 MP (Ultra Wide), f/2.4|
|4th Sensor||TOF 3D LiDAR (Depth)|
|Features||Dual Quad-LED flash, HDR (photo / panorama)|
|Video Recording||[email protected]/30/60fps, [email protected]/60/120/240fps, HDR, stereo sound rec.|
- 12 MP (wide), f/2.2 aperture
- SL 3D (Depth sensor / Biometrics)
|Video Recording||[email protected]/30/60fps, [email protected]/60/120/240fps, 10‑bit HDR, Dolby Vision HDR (up to 60fps), ProRes, stereo sound rec.|
|Capacity||3125 mAh non-removable|
|Fast Charging||20W, up to 50% in 30 minutes - USB Power Delivery 2.0|
|Loudspeaker||Yes, with stereo speakers|
|Other Features||Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer - Siri|
|Phone Name||iPhone 13 Pro|
|Price in US Dollar||1000 USD|
|Price in Saudi Arabia||3750 SAR|
|Price in Iraq||1,460,500 dinars|
|Price in India||73,670 rupees|
|Price in Egypt||15700 pounds|