If you're looking for a cell phone that has everything a trendsetter needs but is still affordable, check out the iPhone. At first glance, the iPhone looks and feels like a mini-computer. With its large touch screen, it lets you browse the web, email, watch movies, play games, and much more. And because it's an “i-phone,” it runs off of a simple to operate, common microprocessor. But this simple, inexpensive cell phone isn't just a phone–it's also a mini-computer.
iPhone 13 Review
Our newest dual camera. An almost identical-sized LED screen to the one on the iPhone 12. A slightly different LED battery, though. A larger lightning rail extends past the battery and up slightly to the earpiece. SIM-free, so you don't need an external sim card.
This is the review you've been looking for. This is the iPhone 13 review, as you've probably already guessed from the name. Let's discuss the bigger picture, including some less obvious changes from last year's models.
The biggest change is in the phone's face, which is simply an elongated rectangular oval. Gone are the bulky headphones that were a feature of the iPhone's design. Now, instead of being encased in plastic, the iPhone is covered in extremely tough glass, similar in thickness to the screen. What this means for you as a consumer is a brighter, crisper display. To give you an idea of how this change works, here's a quick comparison between the iPhone and the new Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Changes in Battery Life Feature
Now, the iPhone's feature which lets you see your battery life in real-time is included here as well, but with a slightly different twist. Instead of being a series of numbers, the iPhone shows you your remaining charge levels in hours, minutes, and seconds.
Higher Refresh Rate is Not Available
This iPhone's biggest change, which makes it very different from every other smartphone available, is its higher refresh rate. For most smartphones, the refresh rate is between sixty and ninety-five frames per second. With the iPhone's new technology, it has a full 120hz. This means that the images you see on the iPhone are smoother and appear much more lifelike than what you would get from a typical smartphone but this feature is only available in the pro model.
Major Change in iPhone 13 Camera
The other major change of the iPhone 13 is the camera array. Most professional cameras are either DSLR or mirrorless, and both have great features. However, the iPhone's camera array includes two high-definition cameras, which allows it to take 4k video at up to four hundred frames per second. While this higher frame rate is a selling point for many buyers, it does come at a cost: the iPhone's front and back cameras are twenty-eight megapixels instead of the forty megapixels offered by the other phone models. However, the iPhone's front and back cameras take great pictures, even in low-light settings.
To conclude, let me give my iPhone a full round-up in this iPhone 13 review. First off, it comes with much longer battery life than before. This means that you won't be left waiting for a power source for your iPhone. You'll always have an iPhone on you whenever you need to use it, even when you're out and about. It also has a big, six-megapixel camera, although the zoom is only eight megapixels. Finally, the iPhone's user interface, once again, is nothing like any other phone out there, and the user is treated to a visually stunning interface.