The 2021 family is that of the iPhone 13. Four models, as expected, with a design very similar (indeed, almost identical) to those of a year ago: rectangular edges and classic notch for the sensors and the front camera. The processor of the new IPhone 13 family is the A15 Bionic with 15 million transistors and 5 nanometer technology.
Let’s start with the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini. Both with 5G technology, the display (OLED) is 6.1 inches for the former, 5.4 inches for the younger brother. Five new colors, among which a very convincing blue and a new pink stand out. The dual rear camera, unlike the 12, this time has a diagonal arrangement. The most striking improvements concern the photographic sector: A new sensor allows you to acquire 47% more light, uses larger pixels (1.7 microns). The wide-angle lens has an aperture of f / 1.5 on the. The secondary lens, which is an ultra-wide one, is f / 2.4 with a 120 ° field of view. Improvements also in terms of battery: 2.5 hours longer than iPhone 13 on iPhone 12; 1.5 more for the new Mini than the previous one. iPhone 13 mini costs from 699 dollars, 100 more instead, for the standard 13 version.
The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max
The most anticipated, however, were the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, the top of the range from Apple. And clearly Tim Cook, who presented them as “the best in performance and ability”, revealed them at the end.
Four colors (among which the new Sierra Blu stands out), a design almost identical to the previous one (even if the notch is 20% smaller), and classic triple rear camera. The processor, here too, is the A15 Bionic, and Apple promises unprecedented and unrivaled graphics performance. The display (6.1 inches for the Pro, 6.7 for the Pro Max) is a Super Retina XDR, more efficient than the classic OLED. Thanks to Pro Motion technology, which adapts the refresh rate in real time, the image quality leaps substantially and the impact on the battery is reduced. Overall, the panel on these new iPhone 13 Pro looks really promising.
6x optical super zoom for a new photographic sector on which Apple seems to have worked really hard, despite starting from an already very high quality (that of the iPhone 12 Pro).