What’s new with the iPhone 13 range?

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The iPhone isn’t just the most popular smartphone on the market today, it’s also one of the longest-running. It’s now in its 13th generation, and with the iPhone finally getting a sequel, what can we expect to see with the 2021 iPhone 13 range?

It’s that time of year again, folks. As Apple has launched its next generation of iPhones, and the internet is abound with speculation. We’ve seen countless rumors, renders, and mockups of what the iPhone 13 range could look like, but only now are we starting to see things click into place.

iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini

The new iPhones look very similar to their predecessors, but there are some big upgrades. Before you upgrade, make sure you know what’s changed. The latest iPhones have a lot of great features that will enhance your mobile experience. Check out this post to learn more about all of them!

At a glance, it doesn’t look like much has changed with the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini – and that’s because, on the surface, you’re right. It sports the same industrial, angular look first introduced on the iPhone 12 with returning features including the ceramic shield front, gloss glass rear and IP68 dust and water resistance.

That doesn’t mean there’s nothing new about the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini design though; flip the smartphones over and you’ll see a new diagonally-arranged camera setup. It may not sound like much, but it is immediately noticeable and an easy way to identify the newer model – aside from the addition of new colour options including Pink, Blue, Midnight, Starlight and Product RED available across both the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini.

One of the big improvements of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini is the display. While the Super Retina XDR displays measure in at the same 5.4in and 6.1in respectively, Apple claims that they’re 28% brighter than that of their predecessors, offering up to 1200nits when viewing content outdoors. There’s also a 20% reduction in the Face ID notch – a staple of the iOS experience since the iPhone X – but as the percentage suggests, it’s not a dramatic change. Still, it’s a welcome one, and hopefully, we’ll see a more dramatic reduction next year!

The company did boast that the new 6-core CPU is 50% faster than the “leading competition” though there was no mention of specific rivals, and it’s a similar story with the 4-core GPU too, offering a 30% boost over the unnamed ‘competition’. Regardless, there should be impressive performance gains on offer which translates to a faster iPhone experience whether playing games, editing photos or scrolling through social media.

There are also improvements to the video side of things with the introduction of a dedicated Cinematic Video Mode which allows cinematographer-level effects like rack focus on the fly. The machine learning capabilities of the A15 Bionic allow the phone to understand the subject of the shot, hold focus when moving and transition to different focuses automatically, with the aim of creating better-looking Dolby Vision HDR video.

3.iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max
  The iPhone 13 range is a fascinating blend of bigger and better. The new iPhone 13 series offers several design upgrades, but it still offers the same functionality as previous models. This makes it a great option for people who like the classic iPhone design.

Like the iPhone 13 range, the Pro models sport the same industrial angular design with surgical-grade stainless steel bands, frosted glass rear and IP68 protection, though with new colour options to choose from; Graphite, Gold, Silver and Sierra Blue.

Apple’s ProMotion tech, available on both Pro models, allows the display to dynamically switch from as low as 1Hz to 120Hz depending on what you’re doing. Apple’s machine learning algorithm is apparently smart enough to match the refresh rate to the content you’re consuming, so you should always ‘feel’ like things are fast and responsive, whether you’re scrolling through text or playing the latest mobile games.

It’s not a new concept – it’s also a feature of Android alternatives with high refresh rate displays – but it’s good to see here regardless.

Like the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini, the Pro range sports Apple’s latest 5nm A15 Bionic, but with a distinct difference; there’s an extra GPU core, bringing the total to 5. As with its other speed comparisons on the night, Apple compared performance to unnamed competition, boasting 50% better performance and suggesting it’s among, if not the most powerful mobile chipset available right now.

As well as the introduction of ProMotion and the A15 Bionic, there are big changes in the camera department. There’s a new main wide-angle camera with a larger sensor offering bigger 1.7um pixels for less noise and improved camera performance, and there’s a larger f/1.5 aperture to bolster low-light performance – in fact, it slurps up 2.2x more light than the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The Sensor-Shift OIS previously exclusive is also now available on the wide-angle lens of the standard iPhone 13 Pro too.

Rounding off the trio of cameras is a new 77mm telephoto camera with 3x zoom – a lens previously exclusive to the Pro Max model.

There are also improvements on the video front. Like the standard iPhone 13 range, the Pro models offer a dedicated cinematic video mode that can pull focus from one subject to another, but it takes things a step further with ProRes Video support coming soon.

The format chosen by cinematographers for better quality capture and more efficient encoding for use in desktop editing apps like Final Cut Pro, ProRes Video will allow Pro models to capture up to 4K@30fps, though Dolby Vision HDR is still available for those that need the 60fps capture.

With the new ProMotion displays offering 120Hz refresh rate, you might assume that the battery life of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max would suffer as a result, but just like with the standard models, there’s better battery life here than before.

Apple claims an additional 1.5 hours from the iPhone 13 Pro, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max offers an additional 2.5 hours, making it the best iPhone for battery life ever – on paper, anyway.

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We assure to offer you the best in both price and repair service. All our repair comes with assured warranty, and Free Pick & Drop across UAE.


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