No more speculation, no more rumours – we finally know all the details about Apple’s hotly anticipated upcoming entry into the iPhone series.
On Tuesday 14th September, Apple hosted their annual event where, among a new Apple Watch and iPad, they announced the brand spanking new iPhone 13.
Let’s get into the details…
What does the iPhone 13 look like?
Apple will be launching the new iPhone 13 in 4 different versions – iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max. These 4 phones will range in size and price, perfect for different budgets.
In terms of appearance, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better-looking piece of tech than an iPhone, and it’s business as usual with the iPhone 13. The design for the new iPhone hasn’t changed drastically from the 12, but if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. The iPhone 13 has a beautifully sleek, flat-edged design with durable ceramic shield glass on the front – the toughest glass on any smartphone.
There are also a few slight differences between the different models. Both the iPhone 13 and the mini have a glass back and aluminium design. A noticeable difference is that the dual cameras have been arranged diagonally this time around.
Both the Pro and the Pro Max come with a textured matte glass back and, not to outdo themselves, a ‘surgical-grade stainless steel’ design.
Colour-wise, you can pick up both the iPhone 13 and the mini in Starlight (white), Midnight (black), Pink, Blue, and Red.
Plus, the Pro and Pro Max both come in Graphite, Silver, Gold, and the new Sierra Blue colourway.
What features will the next iPhone have?
Ah, now we’re getting onto the good stuff.
How much will the iPhone 13 cost?
It really depends on the model you buy and the data plan you choose. Handset prices for the iPhone 13 start at £679 and range up to £1,549 for the Pro Max with 1TB storage. But don’t forget we work with Three, Vodafone, and O2 to bring you competitive pay monthly contracts that are great for helping you spread the cost.