iPhone 13 & 13 Pro review


Introduced on 14 September, the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro are Apple latest high-end pro-level flagship iPhones and are being sold alongside with most cheap iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13. These phones are perfect for those who want iPhones with the most specs and top cameras.


The iPhone 13 pro and iPhone 13 spec 6.1-inch super Retina XDR displays using OLED technolog with a 2532 X 1170 resolution pixels. This equals 460 pixels per inch. The iPhone 13 pro, anyway, specs a max brightness of one-thousand nits, matched to the iPhone 13 at eight-hundred nits. For HDR content, anyway, both can reach a highest brightness of 1200 nits.

There is one big difference between the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 displays: ProMotion technology. 


An upgraded A15 Bionic chip powers the latest iPhones. It specs a 6-core CPU with two performance cores and four efficiency cores and a 5-core GPU, which is more GPU core than is accessible in the iPhone 13 models. There is also a 16-core neural engine. The five-core GPU provides fifty percent quicker graphics performance than any other smartphone chip.

5G connectivity

5G connectivity is added for excellent standard video streaming, higher-definition FaceTime calls, and better gaming, but the super quick mmWave speeds are again restricted to big cities in the America. Slower sub-6GHz 5G speeds are accessible in more rurual areas in the U.S and in other nations, and there is support for more 5G bands for 5G connectivity in more locations.

Battery life

The iPhone pro Max and iPhone 13 pro support WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0, plus they contain a UI ultra wideband chip for spatial awareness.

Battery life has better significantly thanks to bigger batteries and the more efficient A15 chip. The iPhone 13 pro provide up to 1.5 hours more battery life than the iPhone 12 pro and the iPhone 13 Max provides up to 2.5 hours more battery life than iPhone 12 Pro max.

Video recording

The iPhone 13 pro models supports up to 4K video recording at 25, 28, 30, and 60 frames per second, and HDR video recording with Dolby Vision at 4k up to sixty frames per second. 1080p video recording and 720 video recording are also accessible.

ProRes video recording is accessible up to 4K at 30fps, but note that at least 256GB of storage is needed for this option. Those with the 128GB 13 pro models will be restricted to ProRes recording at 1080p and thirty frames per second.

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