The devices are largely very similar to the iPhone 12 series, but there are a couple of new colours and features.
For example, while both the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max measure in at the same size as last year, 6.1-inches and 6.7-inches, respectively, they now feature 120Hz refresh rate displays.
This year’s Pro and Pro Max colours include ‘Graphite,’ ‘Gold,’ ‘Silver,’ and the new aqua blue-like ‘Sierra Blue.’
Furthermore, the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 look similar to their predecessors, including the squared-off sides, a visible notch on the display, and a sizable camera bump. Both smartphones also still come in at 5.4-inches and 6.1-inches, respectively.
Colours for the iPhone 13 include ‘Pink,’ ‘Blue,’ ‘Starlight,’ ‘Midnight’ and ‘(Product)Red.’
Additionally, Apple has added a ‘Cinematic Mode’ video mode that utilizes AI to recognize when a person enters the frame or when your subject is facing the camera and blurs and focuses the background accordingly.
Overall, unlike last year, the iPhone 13 series is a relatively expected update to Apple’s smartphone line. With that in mind are you planning to buy an iPhone 13?
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