- iPhone 13 reviews lauded the new device’s internals and its longer battery life
- Other reviews praised the updated cameras, higher-refresh rate performance, and video-taking capabilities
- Apple’s A15 Bionic chip, which gives the iPhone 13 a 50% faster CPU than the competition and 30% faster graphics, was also a bright spot.
- Pre-orders have started from 17th September and availability starts from 24th September
Reviews of the Apple iPhone 13 took to the Internet on Tuesday, with much of it focusing on upgrading the iPhone’s internals, including its longer battery life.
Broadly speaking, reviews on Apple’s latest smartphone were positive, with some heaping praise on the updated cameras, higher-refresh rate performance and video-taking ability.
Others highlighted the new A15 Bionic chip, which gives the iPhone 13 a CPU up to 50 percent faster than the competition, as well as up to 30 percent faster graphics.
Last week, the Tim Cook-led company announced four new iPhones — the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max — as well as a new Apple Watch, iPad mini, and some updates to its Fitness+ subscription. Unveiled.
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Customers can also buy the new smartphone in Blue, ‘Midnight’, ‘Starlight’ and Product (RED).
The iPhone 13 Pro ($999) (pictured) and iPhone 13 Pro Max (1,099) will be available in four finishes including Graphite, Gold, Silver, and the all-new Sierra Blue. Pre-orders start Friday, September 17th, availability starts Friday, September 24th
|iphone 13||iphone 13 mini|
|colour’s||Red, Starlight, Midnight, Blue, Pink||Red, Starlight, Midnight, Blue, Pink|
|Capacity||128GB, 256GB, 512GB||128GB, 256GB, 512GB|
|Shape||5.18 x 2.53 x 0.30 inches||5.78 x 2.82 x 0.30 inches|
|weight||140 grams||173 grams|
|Display||5.4 inches||6.1 inches|
|camera||Dual 12MP Camera System||Dual 12MP Camera System|
Starting at $699 for the iPhone 13 Mini, the iPhone 13 offers 2.5 more hours than the iPhone 12. The smaller iPhone 13 mini gets an additional 90 minutes of power.
The Super Retina XDR display (with ProMotion) is the same size as last year, with the Pro iPhones (made from stainless steel) coming in at 6.1-inches and 6.7-inches for the Pro and Pro Max, respectively.
The iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 have Super Retina XDR displays that measure 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch respectively.
The iPhone 13 Pro ($999) and iPhone 13 Pro Max (1,099) will be available in four finishes including Graphite, Gold, Silver and the all-new Sierra Blue.
The iPhone 13 and iPhone mini come in five colors including pink (pictured)
The iPhone 13 mini and iPhone will come in five colors, including pink, blue, ‘Midnight,’ ‘Starlight’ and Product Red.
Here are several of the top reviews on Apple’s iPhone 13.
wall street journal
Wall Street Journal’s Joanna Stern said Highlighting aggressive promotions from carriers (AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile) to win over customers, all four devices have ‘noticeable further progress’, including battery life.
However, Stern lamented that some of the camera and video improvements he saw fell short of Apple’s promises.
‘[T]”Her results weren’t so drastic that someone with an iPhone 12 would need or even want a regular iPhone 13,” Stern wrote.
‘It was only after looking at the side-by-side pictures on my monitor that I could see the difference – better handling of city lights, reflections in the water. Compare it to the iPhone XR or the iPhone 11 though? The difference is more pronounced.
CNet reviewer Patrick Holland was impressed with the Cinematic Mode on the iPhone 13, especially on the Pro.
The iPhone can also perform rack focus from one subject to another. The effect is dramatic and impressive.’
Hollande was also impressed with Apple’s iOS 15 operating system on Pro devices, noting that it ‘adds a slew of features but doesn’t mess with the status quo.’
the new York Times
New York Times critic Brian Chenow Was Ho-hum about the new model, calling it perhaps the ‘most incremental update ever for the iPhone’.
Chen said the latest iPhone is only 10 percent lower than last year’s models, while the higher refresh rate on the more expensive Pro and Pro Max models is “hardly a game changer.”
The latest device is also powered by Apple’s new A15 Bionic chip, includes up to 50 percent faster CPU than the competition in the iPhone 13, along with up to 30 percent faster graphics
However, Chen also noted that the cameras are better than last year’s model, especially in low light.
Chen wrote, “The improvements in the new iPhone cameras are most visible in low-light photos taken with Night Mode, which captures multiple photos and then fuses them together, making adjustments for colors and contrast ”
‘Low-light shots of the Max sitting on a balcony right after sunset were clearer when taken with the iPhone 13 Pro than the iPhone 12.’
TechCrunch reviewer Matthew Panzarino took the new devices to Disneyland — which he wrote was the “perfect place to test out the improvements” — and found the new devices improved his travels.
“Overall it was one of the best experiences I’ve had testing a phone in the parks, with an ongoing series of ‘wow’ moments with the cameras that made me question my confirmation bias,” Panzarino said. Wrote.
He continued: ‘I ended up with a lot of shots like Night Mode Wide Angle and Telephoto that I shared above, which impressed me so much that I did a lot of gut checking and asked other people in blind tests that they What do you think about both? Images.
‘The iPhone 13 is an impressive field this year, providing a solid mound of image quality, battery life and now, thankfully, screen improvements that should serve Apple well over the next 12 months.’
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