Focus on the iPhone 13 Lineup
Apple’s newest flagship smartphones, the iPhone 13 series, have officially been released and pre-orders started on September 17th. Here is a complete guide and everything you need to know about the iPhone 13 models.
As expected, the iPhone 13 was released in four models – the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Shipping and public sales start on September 24th. The iPhone 13 models are running on the latest iOS 15 OS and packed with the latest features, which this post will consider below.
All iPhone 13 models come with the latest Apple’s A15 Bionic processor, 5G support, 2x base storage options compared to iPhone 12, improved cameras with faster Night Mode and Cinematic Mode, and bigger batteries with improved performance. The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max support 3x camera zoom and feature smooth, adaptive 120Hz ProMotion OLED displays while the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini feature 60Hz OLED display.
For reference purposes, here is the price of each iPhone 13 model at launch. The prices are based on the available storage options.
*All prices are in Australian dollars.
An overview of the iPhone 13 mini
This is the smallest and most affordable model in the iPhone 13 line-up – mini means everything about this phone is small but that doesn’t mean its performance is lesser than that of the iPhone 13. Both the iPhone 13 and 13 mini have about the same features except the size, resolution, and battery. If you need a small, light, and easy-to-carry phone, the iPhone 13 mini is perfect as long as you won’t mind typing on a small 5.4inch display.
An overview of the iPhone 13
Most people will likely go for the iPhone 13 model because it’s not too small and not too large.
An overview of the iPhone 13 Pro.
Though the iPhone 13 Pro feature the same screen size and battery size as the iPhone 13 model, it has larger inbuilt storage and an awesome 120Hz refresh rate adaptive display system. That means the screen can intelligently change between refresh rates to save battery. The 120Hz refresh rate means the motion of GUI elements and content (games, videos) that support 120Hz will appear super smooth.
An overview of the iPhone 13 Pro Max
Just as the name suggests, almost everything about the iPhone 13 Pro Max is “Max” – the dimension, screen size, storage, battery, price, and so on.
Finally, just as with the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 13 series do not come with a power adapter but a USB Type-C to Lightning cable for charging and wired data transfer. Apple claims that the exclusion of a charger makes the iPhone box smaller and has helped the company reduce its carbon footprint.
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