The iPhone 13, together with the new iPad, iPad mini, and Apple Watch, have finally been revealed by Apple this month.
As predicted, the iPhone range features a sleek flat edge design like its predecessor and includes the Mini, Pro and Pro Max models. The iPhone 13 features a smaller notch, larger battery, camera upgrades, improved storage, and a new powerhouse A15 Bionic processor. The Mini and base models come in a range of colours; starlight, midnight, blue, pink, and product red. The iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, on the other hand, come in silver, graphite, gold, and Sierra blue. For the first time, there is also an option to purchase 1TB of storage on an iPhone, but this is limited to the Pro models only. Furthermore, the Pro range has the fastest screen refresh rate at 120Hz, which means smoother graphics and gameplay. The range also includes night mode, ProRes video, 6x optical zoom, telephoto features and cinematic mode for brighter, sharper photos and video, as well as a more advanced Super Retina display.
The growing popularity of the iPad was acknowledged by Apple with the introduction of the new iPad which includes the latest operating system, iPadOS has a more powerful A13 Bionic processor, which is faster than any of it’s competitors such as the Samsung Tab range of Tablets. The new iPad has a 12MP ultra-wide camera with “Center Stage” that can automatically track people while they move around.
The iPad mini, on the other hand had its biggest upgrade, including a completely new design. It is now thinner, flatter, has slimmer bezels similar to the iPad Pro models and comes in an array of colours; pink, starlight, purple and space grey. It has a Liquid Retina display, Touch ID on the lock button, a 40% increase in CPU performance, 5G connectivity with amazing download speeds. It also features a 12MP camera, 4K video, a bigger stereo system, Centre Stage, and supports Apple Pencil. Both iPad models are built with 100% recycled aluminium enclosures.
We were also introduced to the next generation of the Apple Watch, the Series 7. It includes more features for bike riders such as fall detection, and improved calorie calculation. It’s softer design with more rounded curves create a seamless integration between the screen and casing, and the thinner borders mean a 20% larger screen area than the Series 4-6/SE. Being waterproof and now including a crack and dust resistant screen it is the most durable watch produced by Apple. There are new watch face designs for this series, and you can now even check your blood oxygen levels. The watch comes in five colours; midnight, starlight, green, blue, and product red, all compatible with existing wristbands. The casing is made from 100% recycled aluminium.
The iPhone, iPad, and iPad Mini can be pre-ordered and shipping will start today and the Apple Watch Series 7 will be available later this year.
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