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The iPhone 13 Review

Apple launches the iPhone 13 Series

The much-awaited Apple’s iPhone 13 series has finally been launched into the market. The series comprises four devices – iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Plus Pro, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The lineup provides various new add ons, upgrades, and benefits. However, the pricing scheme for this series is similar to the previous one.

Apple unveiled new iPhones with slightly larger screens, quicker speeds, and improved cameras, but no major new features.
The new iPhones, according to Apple, have a brighter screen, a longer battery life, and more powerful cameras and CPUs.

iPhone 13

After pushing the screen close to the device’s edge, Apple raised the screen’s size significantly by removing the small notch at the top. The phone’s design is similar to that of Apple’s other recent models, with flat edges.

Customers would continue to pay more money if Apple adds new features and makes minor design modifications, according to Apple. It’s a method that’s been proven to work for a long time. The iPhone, which is now in its 14th year, is still one of the best-selling items in the world and the heart of Apple’s company.

iPhone 13 Design

The design of the series resembles its predecessor series with a similar squared structure. The dimensions of the gadgets have remained unchanged. However, there is a slight increase in the thickness of the smartphone.

The thickness of the device comes with the added benefit of extended battery life. On the front, we have slightly narrower (but taller) notches. There are also differences in the camera placement for the 13 series. The series has a diagonally placed camera lens.


Like last year, the series will be available in three screen sizes. The iPhone 13 mini has the same 5.4-inch display as the iPhone 13, whereas the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro have 6.1-inch displays. The iPhone 13 Pro Max, like the iPhone 12 Pro Max, has a 6.7-inch display.

iPhone 13 SeriesScreen Display
iPhone 136.10-inch
iPhone 13 mini5.40-inch
iPhone 13 Pro6.10-inch
iPhone 13 Pro Max6.70-inch

The Super Retina XDR OLED technology is found on all four phones. The non-Pro models can reach a maximum brightness of 800 nits, while the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max can reach 1000 nits outdoors, according to Apple. According to Apple, the most recent screen technology is more efficient. Moreover, proMotion displays are included in the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, as rumored.

iPhone 13 SeriesResolution
iPhone 131170×2532 pixels
iPhone 13 mini1080×2340 pixels
iPhone 13 Pro1170×2523 pixels
iPhone 13 Pro Max1284×2778 pixels

Camera Specs and Cinematic Mode Video

For the iPhone 13, Apple has made significant camera improvements. A new 12MP ultrawide sensor in the non-Pro models lets in 47 percent more light. Sensor-shift optical image stabilization is available on the 12MP main wide-angle camera, which was previously only available on the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini will be able to take excellent images in a variety of lighting circumstances as a result of this. Furthermore, ultrawide autofocus and a new telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom are included in the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

iPhone 13 Camera

Night Mode is available on all three cameras. The ultrawide camera can also shoot macro photos up to 2cm away, significantly boosting the photo capabilities of the Pro versions. In addition, All four iPhone 13 models have Cinematic Mode, which uses Dolby Vision HDR to provide professional-grade cinematography to your videos.

The ability of Cinematic Mode to dynamically shift focus and follow the topic of your film is its claim to fame. The focus will shift whenever the topic moves. The focus will shift to where the subject is looking if the individual looks away.

Further, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max can also shoot videos in the ProRes format, which allows for professional-level editing. However, the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max 128GB models are limited to 1080P for ProRes video; the higher storage options allow 4K ProRes.

iPhone 13 SeriesRear Camera
iPhone 1312-megapixel + 12-megapixel
iPhone 13 mini12-megapixel + 12-megapixel
iPhone 13 Pro12-megapixel + 12-megapixel + 12-megapixel
iPhone 13 Pro Max12-megapixel + 12-megapixel + 12-megapixel

iPhone 13 Specs and Performance

The A15 Bionic system-on-chip, Apple’s most advanced chip yet, comes new with the iPhone 13. It has six cores and is based on a 5nm technology. Two of these are new high-performance cores, while the other four are more efficient.

The iPhone 13 also boasts sophisticated machine learning apps, such as iOS 15’s new Live Text feature and Siri’s on-device speech recognition, thanks to improvements to the Neural Engine.

The quad-core GPU in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini is ideal for graphically intensive gaming and photography. Furthermore, Apple boasts that the GPU is 30% quicker than the best available on an Android phone.

iPhone 13 Specs and Performance

With five cores, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max get an even greater GPU increase. The Pro models, according to Apple, have the most powerful mobile GPU ever, claiming to be 50 percent faster than the competition.

This, combined with the improved photography and filmmaking capabilities, might result in a significant increase in creative production. The preliminary results of the A15 Bionic Geekbench appear promising.

The iPhone 13 scored 1,734 in the single-core test and 4,818 in the multi-core test, according to Geekbench Browser screenshots given by Ice Universe.

iPhone 13 SeriesProcessor
iPhone 13Apple A15 Bionic
iPhone 13 miniApple A15 Bionic
iPhone 13 ProApple A15 Bionic
iPhone 13 Pro MaxApple A15 Bionic

Battery Life and Charging

Apple has included larger batteries in all four iPhone 13 models this year. Though the company hasn’t stated full capacities, it did say give us some rough estimations on how much longer the iPhone 13 variants will last.

For the iPhone 13 mini, Apple said the phone will last one and a half hours longer than the iPhone 12 mini. The iPhone 13 will apparently last two and a half hours longer than the iPhone 12.

The iPhone 13 Pro will see one and a half hours more runtime than the iPhone 12 Pro, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max could see up to two and a half hours longer than its predecessor. Apple notes that the iPhone 13 Pro Max is the longest-lasting iPhone ever.

iPhone 13 and iOS 15

Updates to FaceTime allow you to watch films and share information with others, a new Focus mode for managing notifications, and changes to Maps, Messages, Wallet, Weather, and other built-in apps are among the major iOS 15 highlights.

We’re eager to learn about iPhone 13-specific features concealed in iOS 15, which Apple failed to announce in its keynote. Meanwhile, have a look at our list of the top eight new features in iOS 15.

iPhone 13 Price

iPhone 13 SeriesPrice for the Base Model
iPhone 13₹ 79,900
iPhone 13 mini₹ 69,900
iPhone 13 Pro₹ 1,19,900
iPhone 13 Pro Max₹ 1,29,900

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