Apple unveils its new iPhones, including one at 1839 euros: all the info and photos of iPhone 13!

Sylvie Claire / September 14, 2021 

As expected, the iPhone 13 has a better screen, bigger battery, faster processor and better cameras than its predecessor. The latest version of the Apple Watch, iPad Mini and iPad were also presented.

The iPhone 13 looks largely like the 12. One striking difference is that the so-called notch, the bulge in the screen where the sensors for facial recognition, among others, are located, has become smaller. Just like last year, the device comes in four versions and three different sizes.

 

Prices for the iPhone 13 start at 799$ (128) Go, and 699 dollars for the Mini.

 

The two more expensive Pro models have better cameras and a screen that can refresh more often, making moving images more fluid.

Prices for the iPhone 13 Pro start at 999 dollars (128 Go ) and 1099 dollars for the Pro Max.

 

The maximum price is reached by the Pro Max model with 1 TB of storage. It will cost you a whopping 1599 dollars.

 

The Apple Watch 7 was also presented, but contrary to rumors, it did not borrow the more angular design of the iPhone and iPad. What was correct was that the screen is larger.

 

The entry-level iPad has also received an upgrade with a faster processor and better front camera. The iPad Mini, Apple's smallest tablet model, has received a more thorough redesign and now resembles the iPad Air and iPad Pro, among others. This model also has a better screen, a faster processor and better cameras.

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