Finally, Apple launched its most-awaited iPhone devices not only in Australia – but across the globe too. The latest and greatest iPhone devices include a standard iPhone 13 and the super-fancy iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The company also has an impressive and affordable piece of technology for budget-conscious buyers named the iPhone 13 Mini, with different configurations to choose one wisely.
With the all-new Apple iPhone 13 in Australia, we’ll be seeing plentiful upgrades in terms of RAM, storage, processor, and of course, battery. However, we shouldn’t expect a lot of changes in terms of design as the company is launching the latest iPhone devices with the same wide notch on the front and a square-shaped camera configuration on the back. Read on to learn everything we have got our hands so far – for instance, release date, pricing details, and specifications.
Back on September 14th of 2021, Apple confirmed that it would launch Apple devices sooner rather than later. The precise iPhone 13 release date in Australia, however, is likely to be September 24th of 2021. The phone will arrive alongside its siblings with different storage configurations to pick one according to your demands.
As for the iPhone 13 Price in Australia, it’s most likely to set users back somewhere between AU$1199 to AU$1499 whereas its siblings are expected to cost more than AU$2499. As soon as the Apple iPhone 13 arrives on the shelves, we at Paylessdeal will comprise a wide range of stores on this website alongside Amazon to compare the prices and choose one without having to spend a fortune.
Without a doubt, the Apple iPhone devices have been changed in a meaningful way. The notorious notch, including the front-facing camera and the Face ID technology, has fallen by 20%. The front wide notch was altered for the first time since it was launched back in 2017 on the Apple iPhone X. This will ultimately enable a more immovable display on the front of the phone.
Moreover, we will be seeing the same squared-off corners on the iPhone 13 and all other siblings. It’ll also have a shiny structure like the previous year’s iPhone 12 series. Again, the display is encased with the Apple Ceramic Shield, which provides additional protection for drops. All the recently confirmed variants of the iPhone 13 have IP68 waterproof certification.
When it comes to the display, users will surely be enticed as all the iPhone devices in 2021 are loaded with the Super Retina XDR screen which employs the proprietary OLED technology of Apple. The Apple iPhone 13 and 13 Pro manage to offer a display size of 6.1" whereas the Pro Max version holds a 6.7" display with a display resolution of 1170 x 2532 pixels. The iPhone 13 Mini, however, comes loaded with a 5.4" display and a 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution.
Aside from that, each iPhone still has a refresh rate of 60Hz for the punchiest and unmatched colours. Most important of all, MagSafe has come back to the iPhone 13 series. Hence, you can easily use all the accessories you bought last year for your iPhone 12 series.
Taking a look at the camera block, the iPhone 13 smartphone manages to offer a novel design, with lenses placed diagonally rather than vertically – and it’s for the first time. The primary camera of all the devices is 12MP in size – partnered with a 12MP ultrawide camera lens. Both lenses are loaded with many capabilities and ensure better photography as compared to the previous iPhone 12 camera lenses.
In terms of performance, the dark mode has improved meaningfully, and according to Apple, the principal snapper is capable of gathering information in a better way than its predecessor, as well as capturing dark places with a lot of details. The range also benefits from optical photo stabilisation with sensor-shift, which should keep shots stable.
Furthermore, all the iPhone 13 models contain an interesting feature named Photo Styles, enabling users to alter their photos selectively. The Video Cinematic Mode, on the other hand, is allowing users to create depth effects and focus transitions. Besides, all the iPhone 13 variants comprise a 12MP camera lens on the front – similar to the previous ones.
Digging down inside the latest and fantastically designed iPhone 13 devices, they are equipped with all-new Apple’s A15 Bionic chipsets. They are, according to Apple, are ready to provide you with 50% better performance and around 30% better graphics as compared to the previously launched iPhone 12 series.
With the upgraded iOS 15 OS out of the box, Apple produced the iPhone 13 series with a 16-core Neural Engine that is capable enough for more than 15.8 million operations within a second. They are 5G-enabled devices, which also makes them stand out from the crowd.
Onto storage, the Apple iPhone 13, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, and 13 Mini will be available in three different storage configurations to choose from according to your needs. For instance, the base variant comprises 128GB of ROM, whereas the bigger variants will be loaded with 256GB and 512GB storage options. Either the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max flaunt a 1TB storage variant or not, it’s something we are short on words.
The 2021’s upgraded iPhone devices will surely let users enjoy uninterrupted gaming and multitasking with bigger batteries. Based on the details shared by Apple, the budget-friendly variant named the iPhone 13 Mini will come with 90 minutes of extra juice over its predecessor, the iPhone 12 Mini. As far as the standard iPhone 13 is concerned, it’ll last approx. 2.5 hours longer than the predecessor.
Besides, the iPhone 13 Mini is said to manage up to 17 hours of video playback, whereas the iPhone 13 is likely to last up to 19 hours quite efficiently. All of this is possible – thanks to Apple’s improved and smooth Apple A15 Bionic Chipset as well as the glitch-free iOS 15 operating system. To be honest, the actual size of the battery is up in the air – but everything will be cleared as soon as the devices arrive on the shelves officially.