iPhone 13 are Apple’s newest flagship iPhones on the more affordable end, and are being sold alongside the more expensive iPhone 13 . The iPhone 13 are ideal for those who don’t need pro-level camera features. The iPhone 13 is finally here. And we have all the details on the new iPhones, including a smaller notch, brighter displays, faster A15 Bionic chip and serious camera upgrades. The battery life is getting better, too.
The cinematic video mode is the coolest upgrade so far, which holds focus on the subject as it moves. It can blur out the background and automatically change the focus as you shoot. You can also tap to shift focus at any time. iPhone 13 mini promises 1.5 hours of longer battery life, while the iPhone 13 promises 2.5 hours of extra endurance. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max also promise 1.5 hours and 2.5 hours of extra juice, respectively. Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 Pro delivers 120Hz Promotion displays and an all-new camera system that includes a 6-element, ultra-wide lens and 3x optical zoom. You also get macro photography capabilities, larger batteries and a new sierra blue color.
The 5.4-inch iPhone mini is the successor to the iPhone 12 mini, while the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 is the replacement for the iPhone 12. Both of it new models are nearly identical in design to the iPhone 12 models, featuring flat edges, an aerospace-grade aluminum enclosure, a glass back, and a slight increase in thickness (7.65mm). The iPhone models are available in Pink, Blue, Midnight (black), Starlight (silver/gold), and (PRODUCT)RED. Both of the new models feature Super Retina XDR Displays that are 28 percent brighter. The iPhone 13 mini has a 2340×1080 resolution with 476 pixels per inch, while the iPhone 13 has a 2532×1170 resolution with 460 pixels per inch. Both iPhones feature 1200 nits max brightness for HDR, along with True Tone to match the color temperature of the display to the ambient light, Wide Color for rich, vivid hues, and Haptic Touch for feedback. The front-facing True Depth camera system has been updated and the Face ID notch is now smaller, taking up less overall space. Like last year’s models, it feature a Ceramic Shield cover glass that is infused with nano-ceramic crystals for better protection from drops. IP68 water and dust resistance is included, and the new iPhones can hold up to submersion in 6 meters of water for up to 30 minutes.