Mid-September is usually when Apple trots on their (now virtual) stage and showcases new iOS devices that are about to go on sale. Just like clockwork, the company has carried out an annual mobile phone update with new devices in the predictably named iPhone 13 series, which will be available next week.
Apple’s various models of iPhone 13 look a lot like last year’s set of phones. The benchmark products shown today are undoubtedly the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini. They are all consistent with the stylish design established by the sharp corners, glass back and flat sides of the iPhone 12.
These upgraded models are equipped with the new processor A15 Bionic, which Apple claims has a six-core CPU and a 4-core GPU, which can “achieve more eye-catching visual effects and lighting effects.” 5G components have also been upgraded to support more cellular frequency bands to work with faster data speeds and more cellular operators worldwide. Due to the increased efficiency of many components, Apple claims that the battery life of these new devices is longer than last year’s models.
The advanced “sensor displacement optical image stabilizer” is transitioning from the iPhone 12 Pro Max to the iPhone 13 and 13 mini for standard wide-format camera sensors. As for shooting video, these devices can record at a resolution of up to 4K at 60fps. In its presentation, Apple highlighted a new film mode for recording video, which uses focusing technology to give the video a sense of drama.
The high end of the product line is the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, which are still the only devices equipped with three camera lenses (wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and telephoto), and both are equipped with larger batteries than the iPhone 13. These models are also equipped with an upgraded five-core GPU as an additional improvement to the basic model. However, the most important upgrade is the ProMotion display, which allows a variable refresh rate from 10hz to 120hz, doubling the refresh rate of all previous iPhones. This feature has been used on the iPad Pro for several years, and it does make a difference when playing games, and it even looks great when scrolling through the web.
The newly released iPhone 13 Mini starts at US$699, and the standard iPhone 13 starts at US$799, with Pro and Pro Max starting at US$999 and US$1,099, respectively. Each has a different storage size, the higher the price, the higher the price.Different prices and colors for each model can be found in Apple’s website Or the wireless carrier of your choice.
iPhone 13 and its entire series of Mini, Pro and Pro Max models will begin accepting pre-orders on September 17, and will be released on September 24. Apple also slipped the first shot of “Star Wars: Hunter” (a new game coming to iOS and Switch) into the presentation, and you can find relevant information here.