In September, Apple introduced the iPhone 13 line. Compared to the iPhone 12, the new smartphone has a cut-out for the front module, 20% less Face ID, and battery life extended by 1.5-2.5 hours.
Rear cameras have been rearranged diagonally. The main camera captures 50% more light. A new built-in Cinematic Mode automatically changes focus when the camera moves from one object to another.
The phone comes with a new A15 Bionic system on a chip for improved photography, and the display brightness margin has increased from 625 to 800 nits.
Apple’s Smart HDR 4 computational photography engine recognizes up to four people in the frame and optimizes color settings individually.
iPhone 13 comes with 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB of internal storage.
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