If you were dreaming about the iPhone 13 for the last few days, then you will be happy to learn that you can order it very soon. Pre-orders for each of the four new iPhones begin at 8 a.m. Eastern Time (6 a.m. by air) on Sept. 17. If you find it difficult to find the best offer, you do not know which model to choose, or you are interested in even needing an upgrade, we cover you.
Below we break down the differences between the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max and provide details on how to pre-order one of these shiny new glass plates (or several, we don’t judge).
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Is an update necessary?
All four iPhone 13 models are different compared to last year’s devices. Here is a slightly longer battery life, more internal memory. That’s why we are no consider this a reasonable update if you have an iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro Max.
This is mostly true for anyone who has an iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro. If you don’t indeed in the more beautiful framework of iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, you have the money and you want your device with the ability to connect to the 5G network to pay off in the future, then you will succeed. If you are dealing with low battery life, the first step is to try to replace the battery, which can extend the life of your device for a nominal fee.
Do you have an old iPhone? Then let’s go! Catch the iPhone 13 without regret.
Choose your iPhone:
The iPhone 13 does offer some worthy improvements in the 2020 range. Each model includes an A15 Bionic chip for slightly better performance, longer battery life, more internal memory, improved camera sensors and new colors. The 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max are the first iPhones with ProMotion, a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which you can read more about here.
Like last year, there is 5G support, but that shouldn’t be the only reason to get a new iPhone, as the availability of 5G in the US is still quite small and no different from 4G LTE in everyday use. To see more differences between each model, Apple’s comparison tool can help.