It is again that time of the year where Apple keeps their consumers on their toes and on the edge of their seat with the first look into the upcoming iPhone 13. In their September, 2021 California event, Apple finally unveiled a range of new products, including iPhone 13 lineup of smartphones, Apple watches and iPad variants.
In case you missed out on the event and want to get a quick recap into what you can expect from the upcoming releases, we have got your back.
iPhone 13 Lineup
It is without a question that every user was looking at the iPhone 13 design and release date and Apple served their promise. There is a new lineup soon to be launched for the consumers.
However, some users were disappointed after the first look into the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini because the design mimicked that of iPhone 12. The only difference was with the diagonal camera tray and narrower edge around the display.
But, even with the lacking changes to the design, Apple has introduced improvements to the functionalities. The device comes with the A15 bionic chip with improved dual-camera system along with prolonged battery life than before.
Price range wise, the iPhone 13 Mini starts from $729 while the iPhone 13 starts from $829. The devices will be up for pre-orders from September 17, 2021, followed by its availability from September 24, 2021.
iPhone 13 Pro
Besides the standard iPhone 13 range, the iPhone 13 Pro lineup deserved a fresh subcategory. The devices come with an improved refresh rate for smoother navigation and user experience. The devices feature a steel lining round the sides and a staple matte finish on the back cover.
The ProMotion technology is the bestselling point in these device, which is an adaptive refresh rate technology that molds it according to the needs of the users. Like the staple Apple iPhone 13, even the iPhone 13 Pro range is powered by the A15 bionic chip and improved battery life.
The iPhone 13 Pro starts from $999 while the iPhone 13 Pro Max starts from $1,099 and will be up for pre-orders from September 17, 2021.
New Camera Features in iPhone 13 lineup
Besides the functionalities and processors, the new iPhone 13 range will also feature a few camera features that the users are excited about trying.
The first change is the Cinematic mode that supports portrait-style blur on the background that enables professional photographers to experiment with different styles of pictures.
Improved Apple Watch Series 7
If you weren’t just excited about the iPhone 13 launch and wanted to get your hands on the new Apple Watch series 7, we have some good news lined up. The upcoming Series 7 variant is now available in two bigger sizes, 41 mm and 45 mm.
The screen has narrower edges, providing with better display access, also there have been a range of UI updates to accommodate the altered display design. The full-keyboard display is one such tweak.
Although Apple has released the first look and design of the Apple watch series 7, it won’t be available until later in the fall this year. The device will start from $399.
iPad Mini with Larger Screen
With a fresh bounding perspective, Apple has released the first look into their iPad Mini that mimics the design of iPad Air. The device features an 8.3” display with a touch ID sensor on the power button.
The iPad Mini is backed with Apple’s Center Stage technology and is integrated with a 12MP camera and USB type-c port and optional 5G connectivity.
The device will start from $499 and will be up for pre-orders for the interested consumers ahead of its official availability on September 24, 2021.
Ninth Gen. iPad
Besides their MacBooks, Apple does well with their iPad range, so to have a new generation iPad with the A13 bionic chipset was a much-awaited launch for the users.
Besides supporting Center Stage features, the device is also backed with a 12MP ultra-wide front camera and 64GB storage.
The device will be starting from $329 and is up for pre-orders ahead of its official release.