Everything is a bit better on the iPhone 13
Compared with iPhone 12，iPhone 12 mini or even before, iPhone 13 offers better battery life, better processor and upgraded camera settings. If you are looking for a fast and powerful smartphone and don’t need the extra features of the more expensive Pro models, then this is the first choice.
iPhone 13 Review
It does improve on the iPhone 12 in several ways—mainly battery life, power supply, display, and camera—making it one of the most impressive all-round phones we have seen from Apple.
- battery life
- The new A15 bionic chipset with 4GB of memory can run multiple applications and tasks quickly and efficiently.
The iPhone 13 starts at US$799 / £779 / AU$1,349. It is the same price as the iPhone 12 in the US and Australia, and is cheaper in the UK. When the iPhone 12 was released, it was priced at 799 US dollars / 799 pounds / 1,349 Australian dollars.
At this price you will get 128GB of storage space-Apple has given up the 64GB model this year, If you need more storage space, the 256GB iPhone 13 is priced at US$899/£879/1,519 AUD, while the 512GB model is priced at US$1,099/1,079 GBP/1,869 AUD.
Apple’s handsets have never been known for strong battery life, and while the iPhone 13 doesn’t offer the best stamina we’ve ever seen in a smartphone, it’s a clear improvement on previous iPhones.
According to Apple’s estimates, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Max are set to offer the better battery life in the series. (That was with the screen on full brightness for eight hours and 48 minutes.)
The new iPhone features a flat-edge design, This means the design is more angular than the previous round
On the subject of durability, the iPhone 13 series is IP68 dust and water-resistant
On the left edge of the phone are the silence switch, the volume buttons and the SIM tray. The right edge hosts just the power button
The display on the iPhone 13 is 6.1 inches, with a resolution of 2532 x 1170.
There are thin bezels around the handset’s screen, and some of the display is also taken up with the notch at the top.
The iPhone 13’s camera settings don’t look much different from last year’s array of models, but here you get some valuable upgrades, adjustments to the camera itself, and various software updates.
1， There are two cameras on the rear: a 12MP wide-angle camera with f/1.6 aperture, and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera with f/2.4 aperture and 120-degree field of view. There is no telephoto shooter here-you rely on digital zoom, so this phone is not the best choice for taking long-distance photos.
2， When not shooting from a distance, this is a wonderful and versatile experience. The main camera uses 1.7µm pixels (higher than the 1.4µm on the iPhone 12), which makes a significant difference in the picture quality here.
The 120-degree field of view of the ultra-wide-angle camera is very useful when you want to get more subjects or scenes
3， There’s digital zoom up to 5x
4， On the front of the phone is a 12MP f/2.2 wide camera, which we find is very suitable for selfies and video calls. The front camera on the iPhone has been impressive for some time, and although there are no major improvements here, you will be satisfied with the results.
Should you buy the iPhone 13?
Buy it if…
- You own an older iPhone
- You need good battery life
- You wants lots of power
Don’t buy it if…
- You own an iPhone 12
- You want a small-screen phone
- You want an affordable phone