Apple is giving its iPhones a faster chip and better cameras before the important business of Christmas. The American group presented the iPhone 13 at an online event at its headquarters in Cupertino. Ostensibly, it retains the current-generation design with angular edges, but the recess period for the cameras and face-recognition sensors at the top of the screen has been reduced by 20 percent.
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With the new iPhone, Apple is relying entirely on 5G technology. The new device has an OLED display and should be available in five colors. There should also be a mini version.
This is what new hardware costs
The iPhone 13 starts at €899, and the smaller iPhone 13 Mini starts at €799. For the iPhone 13 Pro, Apple charges from 1,149 euros, while the larger iPhone 13 Pro Max costs from 1,249 euros.
The previous model, the iPhone 12, launched last year, was Apple’s first model with 5G technology. All major smartphone providers now have 5G devices on offer. Mobile operators such as AT&T, Verizon Communications, and T-Mobile have significantly expanded the capabilities and speeds of their networks and want to encourage their customers to upgrade.
Apple also equipped the iPad Mini with 5G and gave it a design based on high-end models. The The watch has also been upgraded. It’s got a bigger screen and should be able to charge faster.
Recently, Apple has made headlines mainly due to controversies over its apps policy. The tech company only had to accept a setback in court on Friday against Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, and must now change its lucrative app practices.
Recently, Apple has made headlines mainly due to controversies over its apps policy. The tech company only had to accept a setback in court on Friday against Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, and must now change its lucrative app practices. (Reuters)