Apple presented, on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, its new phone, the iPhone 13, which is similar in design to last year, but made improvements to the camera, which is now capable of capturing up to 47% more light in low-light conditions.
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As usual, the new phone comes in several versions: the standard, 6.1-inch and priced at 799 dollars; the mini, 5.4 inches by $ 699, and the most complete Pro and Pro Max, 6.1 and 6.7 inches and prices from $ 999 and $ 1,099, respectively.
As for the standard model, the camera has a 12 megapixel lens with an aperture of 1.6 and another ultra-wide angle lens also 12 megapixels and with an aperture of 2.4, as well as a 120-degree field of view and improved motion stabilization technology. .
The black space at the top of the screen where the headphone and front camera are located was significantly reduced (by 20%, according to Apple) and the screen became brighter with Super Retina XDR technology.
All the models of the new phone have a self-made A15 Bionic chip and the battery life has been increased, which now has an autonomy of between 1.5 and 2.5 hours more (depending on the version) than in the iPhone 12 .
Another novelty is the cinematic mode for video recording, which allows you to change the focus automatically or manually from a subject in the foreground to another in the background and vice versa, depending on the action, which generates a similar effect. to the movies.
In the specific case of the two high-end versions, the 13 Pro and the 13 Pro Max, a third lens is added (a telephoto lens) as it already happened in the case of the iPhone 12, and the screen has the ability to reproduce at a frequency 120 Hz.
In addition, the iPhone 13 Pro is the first that can reach a storage capacity of 1 terabyte, something that until now was reserved for iPads.
Apple’s new phones will be available starting September 24 at black, white, red, blue and pink for iPhone 13 and 13 Mini, and black, gold, silver and light blue for the high end.
With information from EFE