This year’s iPhone 13 series will still come in four models, including the high-end Pro and Pro Max.
iPhone 13 Pro line features an updated design with the same hard-edged bezels, but with bangs shrunk by up to 20% on the front, and a new Super Retina XDR screen, OLED panel, Pro 6.1-inch and Pro Max 6.7-inch.
Finally, it is standard with a high refresh rate of 120Hz, and supports ProMotion with variable refresh rate, which can be reduced to 10Hz at the lowest. IOS has also been optimized to automatically adjust according to application scenarios and usage status to save power consumption. In addition, the peak HDR brightness is 1200Nits, and the maximum outdoor brightness is 1000Nits.
There’s also an A15 processor inside, but the GPU is shielded to five cores, one less than on the sixth-generation iPad Mini and one more than on the iPhone 13/13 Mini.
There are three shots back, all brand new. It has ultra wide angle lens, F1.8 aperture, 6 lens, 92% low light improvement, macro mode support, latest 2mm.
It has wide angle lens, F1.5 aperture, 1.8 micron unit pixel, 2.2x low light improvement.
There are telephoto lens, 77mm focal length, 3x optical zoom.
Besides, it supports 6x optical zoom, night mode, Smart HDR 4 and customizable, multi-frame rendering upgraded, and ProRes 4K30 HD video.
In terms of its battery life, iPhone Pro and Pro Max are 1.5 hours and 2.5 hours longer than their predecessors.
The storage capacity is 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB.
Prices start at $999 for iPhone 13 Pro and $1,099 for the iPhone 13 Pro Max.