Apple announce the all-new iPhone 13 lineup with a slew of new upgrades and improvements
The iPhone is always the prima donna of the Apple September event, and this year too, the focus was on the iPhone offerings, and despite several leaks, nothing took away the thunder that the iPhone 13 lineup brought to the table. Let’s take a look at the all-new iPhone 13 lineup.
iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 Mini
The all-new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini feature the beautiful flat edge design that was brought back for the iPhone 12 lineup, and that is something we will keep seeing for atleast the next few generations.
Both models feature major innovations, including the most advanced dual-camera system ever on iPhone — with a new Wide camera with bigger pixels and sensor-shift optical image stabilization (OIS) offering improvements in low-light photos and videos, a new way to personalize the camera with Photographic Styles, and Cinematic mode, which brings a new dimension to video storytelling.
iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini also boast super-fast performance and power efficiency with A15 Bionic, longer battery life, a brighter Super Retina XDR display that brings content to life, incredible durability with the Ceramic Shield front cover, double the entry-level storage at 128GB, an industry-leading IP68 rating for water resistance, and an advanced 5G experience.
The 6.1-inch and 5.4-inch displays feature Ceramic Shield on the front, exclusive to iPhone and tougher than any smartphone glass. Both models have an industry-leading IP68 rating for water resistance and are designed to protect against spills from common liquids.
A redesigned rear camera layout with diagonally arranged lenses enables the advanced dual-camera system, and a redesigned TrueDepth camera system is smaller while still packing in the same breakthrough technologies, including Face ID, the most secure facial authentication in a smartphone, but offering more display area.
iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini represent a massive leap in camera design with advancements in hardware and computational photography that deliver stunning photos and videos. The new Wide camera, with 1.7 µm pixels, comes with the biggest sensor ever in an iPhone dual-camera system and is capable of gathering 47 percent more light for less noise and brighter results.