Apple has officially announced its latest iPhone 13, the basic and most popular model that sets the standards for the company’s 2021 phone lineup.
As with last year, the iPhone 13 comes in two versions: the regular 6.1-inch model and the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini.
The screen is still an OLED panel, and the aluminum sides are still sandwiched between two panels of glass.
But unlike the iPhone 12, which has seen a major redesign, the iPhone 13 has the same spacious look as last year’s model. But with Face ID’s bumper being 20 percent smaller, which means it takes up less space at the top of your phone.
And there’s the more powerful A15 Bionic processor, which the company says is faster and more power-efficient than last year’s A14 Bionic chip.
It’s still a 5nm chip, and it’s still a hexa-core CPU (two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores). But the company says it’s the fastest CPU in a smartphone, up to 50 percent faster than the competition.
It also says that the graphics are up to 30 percent faster than its competitors.
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