Apple unveiled its long-awaited smartphone models, the iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max. Here are all of the device’s specifications:
Minutes ago, the official curtain was lifted on the iPhone 13 mini, 13, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max models. If we start with the design, we haven’t found any phones that are significantly different from the iPhone 12s. The family, which now includes new color options, retains a key design detail or distinction.
The most noticeable difference between the iPhone 13 series and the iPhone 12s is the notch’s deterioration. As a result, Apple, which introduced the phone this year, has made it with a narrower notch. The 12-megapixel TrueDepth camera system, which also powers the Face ID facial recognition technology, is housed within this notch.
While the notch on the front of the phones makes a difference, the camera placement on the back makes a difference. This is, however, a minor distinction.
Phones that do not have a 3.5 mm headphone jack, as expected, continue to use Lightning for connection. Apple, sadly, did not make the switch to the USB-C port this year.
The iPhone 13 family, which, like the iPhone 12s, has magnets on the back for MagSafe connection (for both accessories and charging products), is not waterproof, but its reinforced glass makes it more resistant to bumps and scratches. In this case, the extremely powerful Ceramic Shield is used directly.
For the first time in the iPhone world, the 120 Hz period begins with the iphone 13 series
The iPhone 13 series’ screens are among the hardware that has received the most updates this year. Because Apple’s iPhone is finally getting a 120 Hz refresh rate. The company, which has long offered 120 Hz on iPad Pros, is pleased to be bringing the technology to the iPhone. Unfortunately, not all models support the 120 Hz refresh rate.
Only the 13 Pro with a 6.1-inch screen and the 13 Pro Max with a 6.7-inch screen in the new family have a 120 Hz OLED 1,200 nits panel. The 13 mini models with a 5.4-inch screen and the 13 mini models with a 6.1-inch screen, on the other hand, have a 60 Hz OLED panel. This screen is 28% brighter than the iPhone 12s, with a maximum brightness of 1,200 nits.
When compared to 60 Hz, 120 Hz provides a noticeable increase in fluency. The OLED screen on the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max is based on LTPO and has a variable refresh rate. In other words, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, the screen does not work continuously. Significant battery savings are achieved in this manner. In many videos, the screens do not need to run at 120 Hz.
The iPhone 13 models have a very powerful processor once again
New iPhones, as usual, are powered by a single processor. The A15 Bionic processor with 6 cores (two high performance, four efficiency-oriented cores) powers all of the phones. This processor, like the A14 Bionic it replaces, is made using a 5 nm manufacturing process. Here, however, TSMC’s new generation 5 nm fabrication system ( N5P ) is used.
In this way, there is a noticeable but not excessive-performance difference between the A15 Bionic and the A14 Bionic. The A15 Bionic processor has 15 billion transistors, according to Apple, and it includes 5-core (13 Pro series) and 4-core (13 series) GPUs. The A15 Bionic is a new ISP that raises the bar for smartphone camera performance.
Of course, the iphone 13 series is confident in its camera.
Two rear cameras are found on the back of the 13 mini and 13, which are part of the family, and three rear camera systems are found on the back of the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max.
The iPhone 13 and 13 mini’s 12-megapixel main camera captures more light thanks to its larger sensor and lower aperture values. The phone’s other camera features a new 12-megapixel sensor for ultra-wide-angle photography.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max’s sensor-based image stabilization system has made its way to the iPhone 13 series’ wide-angle camera. As a result, handheld shots with phones become much more stable, and shutter speeds can be reduced.
Low ISO shooting is possible with this system, resulting in cleaner photos and videos in low light.
One of the most important features of the new iPhones’ video is Cinematic Mode. This system focuses solely on autofocus and pushes the envelope in terms of bringing focus to specific subjects and maintaining focus even when the frame is exited.
The 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max were the only models with LiDAR among the iPhone 13 Pros. For those who are unfamiliar with LiDAR, Apple’s official explanation for the hardware found in the iPhone 12 family is as follows:
“The LiDAR Scanner can create a depth map of any environment you live in by measuring the rate at which light reflects off objects. With these ultra-fast and precise measurements, AR apps can turn your room into a real rainforest or show you exactly how a new sneaker will fit on your feet.”
On paper, the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max camera systems are quite ambitious. Wide and ultra-wide-angle cameras with shrinking apertures offer higher performance, and the Pros feature a new camera with 77mm 3x optical zoom.
With an improvement in the ultra-wide-angle camera, the iPhone 13 series also allows macro shots to be taken from 2 cm away over autofocus. Night mode is available on all cameras on the back of the 13 Pros. This place provides a complete experience.
Apple has made it easier for people to shoot in their style by adding real-time filters to the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. Four different options are available, but customization is available.
Of course, the models are adamant about video as well. Phones with built-in Dolby Vision HDR video can make the video’s background virtually blurred. Support for ProRes video (4K 30fps) will be added to phones later. After shooting, these videos can be processed in great detail.
The iPhone 13 series’ battery capacity has not been officially revealed
For years, Apple has not provided this information directly, and battery capacities are only revealed a few days after the product is released. The iPhone 13 Pro Max, on the other hand, is said to have a 4,352 mAh battery, according to some leaks. The battery in the 12 Pro Max was 3,687 mAh.
The 13 and 13 Pro models, according to the same leak, have a combined battery capacity of 3,095 mAh. In comparison to 2,815 mAh, there is a significant increase here. The 13 Mini, the smallest of the family, has a battery capacity of 2,406 mAh, not 2,227 mAh, as the 12 Mini does.
With their efficient processors and enlarged battery systems, Apple claims that the 13 mini and 13 offer 1.5 hours and 2.5 hours more battery life, respectively, than the 12 mini and 12.
With their efficient processors and enlarged battery systems, Apple claims that the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max offer 1.5 hours and 2.5 hours more battery life than the 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max, respectively.
Price of Apple iPhone 13 series in India
The base 128GB model of the iPhone 13 mini costs Rs 69,900 in India. It’s also available with 256GB and 512GB of storage for Rs 79,900 and Rs 99,900, respectively.
The iPhone 13 is priced at Rs 79,900 for the 128GB model. It’s also available in 256GB and 512GB storage capacities, with prices starting at Rs 89,900 and Rs 1,09,900, respectively.
Pink, blue, midnight, starlight, and (PRODUCT)RED are all available colors for these two iPhone models.
They will be available for purchase starting September 24.
The iPhone 13 Pro is priced at Rs 1,19,900. Users get 128GB of internal storage for the price. The phone is also available with 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB of internal storage for Rs 1,29,900, Rs 1,49,900, and Rs 1,69,900, respectively.
While the iPhone 13 family is making a sound, the iPhone 14 family is also on the agenda these days.
So why is the iPhone 14 family, which is set to launch in 2022, already on the schedule? Because a source leaked it exactly one year ago. You can get all of the information you need about that subject right here. Just know that with the iPhone 14s, the notch will be gone and replaced by a screen hole, which will most likely only affect the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max.