Finally after months of nervous waiting we received official information from Apple about new iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13.
The design stayed mostly the same with flat edges and rounder corners fit in an IP68-rated metal body.
The main screen is a Super Retina XDR panel – 5.4 inches for the iPhone 13 mini and 6.1 inches for the iPhone 13. The panels themselves are 28% brighter, reaching up to 800 nits of max outdoor brightness and 1200 nits of peak HDR brightness.
The new panels support Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG standards which is great improvement.
When it comes to the heart of this device it includes: An all-new Apple A15 bionic. Apple claims that the A15 is the fastest chipset in any current smartphone.
A15 has two high-performance CPU cores and four additional high-efficiency.
The GPU has a custom design which is shared between all iPhone 13 models.
A15 has 16 core Neural Engine, powering features such as on-device voice and image recognition and other advanced machine learning tasks.
It also has a new ISP on board, twice the amount of cache, as well as a new display engine and new video encoders and decoders.
When it comes to the camera department both iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini have two cameras on the back. 12MP main sensor with 1.7µm pixels and 26mm f/1.6 lens with the sensor-shift stabilization.
The selfie camera is a 12MP TrueDepth which supports the Centre Stage feature to follow you around in the frame automatically, as well as “catch” more people.
The devices are available in three memory variants that include: 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB.
If you are interested in buying the standard models we can say that they prices start from $699 for the mini version and $799 for iPhone 13.
You can get any iPhone 13 in five different color options: starlight, midnight, blue, pink and the RED edition.