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The iPhone 13 series is officially official, having been introduced during an Apple event on September 14.

Everything you need to know about the new iPhones is right here, including price and release dates.

The iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max are this year’s versions, and complete specifications for each can be seen below.

The highlights are a new 120Hz display on the Pro and Pro Max versions, up to 1TB of storage, and some remarkable camera improvements.

Please continue reading to find out all we know so far about the latest generation of iPhones.

Let’s get right to the point with the iPhone 13:

What exactly is it? Apple’s next major smartphone series

When will it be available? The date has been set for September 24. September 14

How much will it cost you? Prices begin at $699 / £679 / AU. The lowest model costs $1,199.

When will the iPhone 13 be released?

The iPhone 13 series was revealed on September 14 during the company’s colossal announcement event, and the devices will be available for pre-order on Friday, September 17.

The iPhone 13 series will be available on September 24, and unlike the iPhone 12 series, you will be able to purchase each of these devices on the same day.

The iPhone 13 release date:

Friday, September 24, 2021

iPhone 13 pricing:

The iPhone 13 prices starts at $799 / £779 / AU$1,349, while the iPhone 13 mini costs $699 / £679 / AU$1,199.

That’s for 128GB of storage, which is the same price as the 64GB model of the iPhone 12 that year in the US and Australia.

They are somewhat less expensive in the UK than the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini at launch.

Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 Pro costs $999 / £949 / AU$1,699, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max costs $1,099 / £1,049 / AU$1,849.

Those prices are likewise for 128GB versions, and they are consistent with what we saw last year with the iPhone 12 series, except for the UK, where they are £50 less this year.

The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max in a 1TB variant is costly.

Design and display of the iPhone 13:

The iPhone 13 features a flat-edge appearance and the same Ceramic Shield glass seen on the iPhone 12 series.

It is also dust and water-resistant (IP68) (to a depth of six meters for up to 30 minutes).

Pink, Blue, Midnight, Starlight, and Product Red are the five new colors.

The design is mainly comparable to that of the iPhone 12 series, so if you own one of those phones, you’ll be familiar with what you’re getting here.

The notch is somewhat smaller. Apple claims it’s 20percent smaller – so there’s a little more screen area.

However, the iPhone 13 and 13 are somewhat thicker than last year’s versions, measuring 7.65mm against 7.4mm for their predecessor.

The iPhone 13 has a 6.1-inch 1170 x 2532 screen, while the iPhone 13 mini has a 5.4-inch 1080 x 2340 screen. Both are Super Retina XDR screens that employ Apple’s proprietary OLED technology.

Each phone still has a 60Hz screen refresh rate, which corresponds to the rumors.

MagSafe also makes a comeback on all iPhone 13 phones, meaning you’ll be able to utilize any accessories you purchased for your iPhone 12 last year, as well as some new accessories offered by Apple.

The camera on the iPhone 13:

The camera block on the iPhone 13 features a new design, with the lenses placed diagonally rather than vertically for the first time.

There are two cameras: a 12-megapixel wide camera and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera with a 120-degree field of view.

Both have upgraded sensors, and Apple claims they can produce better photographs than the iPhone 12’s cameras. The wide camera does have an aperture of f/1.6, while the ultra-wide camera has an aperture of f/2.4.

Apple claims that the primary camera can catch 47 percent more light than its predecessor and that the ultra-wide can show more information in dark regions, so performance in low light should be enhanced.

The range also has sensor-shift optical image stabilization, which should make pictures more stable.

All iPhone 13 models now contain a new Photographic Styles camera function, which allows you to make modifications to your photographs to create a customized appearance, and a Cinematic mode for movies, which allows you to create depth effects focus transitions.

Like their predecessors, the phones all have a 12MP f/2.2 camera on the front.

Specifications and performance of the iPhone 13:

The iPhone 13 series all use Apple’s A15 Bionic processor, which Apple says is up to 50% faster than the competition’s CPU and 30% quicker than the GPU.

It also has a powerful 16-core Neural Engine capable of doing 15.8 trillion operations per second. All of these devices, as well as the iPhone 12 series, are 5G-capable.

The iPhone 13 pair will feature storage options of 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB — Apple has finally dropped the 64GB choice for its top iPhones, which implies more capacity in the lowest model.

Battery life on the iPhone 13:

Apple claims that the iPhone 13 small would last 90 extra minutes than the iPhone 12 mini and that the iPhone 13 will last 2.5 hours extra than an iPhone 12.

In terms of battery life, the iPhone 13 minor is believed to be capable of up to 17 hours of footage playback, while the iPhone 13 is said to be able of 19 hours.

This has been accomplished through several improvements made possible by the A15 chip and the iOS 15 software.

Apple has yet to confirm the battery size in the iPhone 13 models, and it’s doubtful we’ll know unless someone cracks up a device and physically checks.

As with the iPhone 12 series, no charger is included with any iPhone 13 model. You must use your current charger, get a new one, or utilize wireless charging.

That wireless charging is capable of up to 15W, which is decent but not as fast as other Android phones.

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