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Description iPhone 13
- 6.1 inches, 1170 x 2532 pixels
- Hexa-core CPU, 128-512GB data space, 4GB RAM
- Back camera: Dual 12MP, Front camera: Dual cameras
- 3240m Ah battery, 5G, iOS 15, up to iOS 15.6, planned upgrade to iOS 16
- Battery life
- Great design
- Powerfull hardware
- Nice photos in cahllenging conditions
- iOS 15
- Minimal design changes
- No 120Hz screen (60Hz)
Apple iPhone 13 review: Everything you need to know
The iPhone 13 improves on what was already the best iPhone for most people by introducing a bunch of welcome enhancements. I especially like the longer battery life, as the iPhone 12’s endurance was underwhelming even for a 5G phone. I wouldn’t recommend that iPhone 12 owners upgrade to the new iPhone, but the iPhone 13 is worth it if you own an iPhone 11 or older device. Read full review…
iPhone 13 review – Everything on the iPhone 13 is just a bit better
The iPhone 13 isn’t a game changer for Apple’s series of smartphones, but it’s an important iteration that offers better battery life, a better processor and an upgraded camera setup than iPhones that have gone before it. If you’re looking for a fast and capable smartphone, and don’t need the extra features of the pricier Pro model, this is a top choice. Read full review…
iPhone 13 review: Apple delivers a delightful upgrade
The wide-angle camera has a larger sensor with sensor-based stabilization. Apple says the cameras were arranged diagonally to make room for the bigger camera module. To give you some perspective, the main camera sensor on the iPhone 13 has the same sized pixels as the main camera on last year’s iPhone 12 Pro Max, which at the time had the largest sensor on an iPhone. The ultrawide camera gets a new sensor that helps it gather more light. Read full review…
iPhone 13 review
The whole of our iPhone 13 review, however, points to the fact that the iPhone 13 purchase is not really worth it now that the Pro has a 120Hz display on top of all its other numerous advantages for just $200 more. Plus, all of your street cred would evaporate in a second when your buddies see that you – oh, the horror – only have two cameras on your iPhone’s back. Read full review…
Apple iPhone 13 review
The iPhone 13 is not a perfect smartphone – the notch is still huge as Apple doesn’t want to resurrect the Touch ID yet, the 120Hz display is exclusive to the more expensive Pro model, and it just won’t allow for faster than 25W charging, though the last one could be somewhat responsible for the longer battery lifespan of the iPhones.
There are also controversial aspects that will never change – the aim towards a port-less phone, the minimalistic retail bundle that reduces electronic waste, the iOS-specific file manager, among other controversial Apple policies.
But there are two undeniable facts – no iPhone is a bad phone, on the contrary – every iPhone is designed to excel at a wide variety of tasks, and it does. And secondly, no review will make a decided Apple user to reconsider their iPhone purchase/upgrade because of that. So, go get your new iPhone and enjoy it, it is yet another good one, in case you needed to hear it from us. Read full review…
Apple iPhone 13 Review
The iPhone 13 is a refinement, not a revolution. Compared side by side with the iPhone 12, it’s not going to shock you with anything other than stellar battery life. That said, the additional juice is absolutely worth the $100 premium over the still-on-sale iPhone 12 or the iPhone 13 mini, making the standard iPhone 13 our Editors’ Choice winner. It’s about having less stress, and in 2021, nobody needs more stress. The iPhone 13 Pro Max, meanwhile, should be the choice for professional and wannabe-pro content creators who rely on iPhones to add beauty and entertainment to the world. Its additional zoom lens, big screen for viewing and editing content, and nearly immortal battery life makes it a true “pro” content creation studio. So this year, go big. You won’t regret it. Read full review…
Apple iPhone 13 review: cheaper, longer lasting and better camera
The iPhone 13 keeps everything that was great about the iPhone 12, cuts £20 off the price, doubles the starting storage and adds two meaningful upgrades: longer battery life and a better camera.
That makes it one of the best phones you can buy, particularly when you take into account that you can safely use it longer than any other smartphone with in excess of five years of software support provided by Apple, plus reasonable and accessible battery replacement options.
It is not perfect – it lacks a telephoto camera and the screen is slower than rivals. It is not worth the upgrade for anyone with a recent smartphone. But for those looking to replace a three or four-year-old phone, the iPhone 13 should be very near the top of your hitlist. Read full review…
iPhone 13 review
A 60Hz display is the only thing really stopping the iPhone 13 from being the most competitive phone on the market. It improves on its predecessor and otherwise outperforms rivals deftly. Read full review…
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