If you already Daydreaming iPhone 13 In the past few days, you will be happy to know that you can order one Very soon. Pre-orders for four new iPhones will begin on September 17th at 8 a.m. Eastern Time (6 a.m. Pacific Time). Even if you need to upgrade, we can meet your needs.
Below, we break down the differences between the two iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro MaxAnd contains detailed information on how to order one (or more, we don’t judge) of these shiny new glass plates.
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Does it need to be upgraded?
All four iPhone 13 models have undergone incremental changes Last year’s equipmentThe battery life here is slightly longer, and the internal storage space there is more.That’s why we do not If you currently own one, you think the upgrade is a reasonable investment iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, or iPhone 12 Pro Max.
This is for anyone who has iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro. Unless you are real Enter the boxy frame of iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, have extra cash, and hope to make your device face the future through 5G connection, then you are satisfied with everything you have.If you are dealing with poor battery life, the first step is to try Replacement battery, Only a symbolic cost can greatly extend the service life of the equipment.
Do you have an old iPhone? Then try it! Snapped up the iPhone 13 without regret.
Choose your iPhone:
The iPhone 13 does offer some notable improvements in 2020. Each model contains an A15 bionic chip with slightly better performance, longer battery life, larger internal storage space, improved camera sensors, and new colors. 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max are the first iPhones equipped with ProMotion (120Hz refresh rate) More information can be read here.
Same as last year, there is 5G support, But this shouldn’t be the only reason to buy a new iPhone because of the availability of 5G Still relatively sparse In the United States, it is no different from 4G LTE in daily use. To see more differences between each model, Apple’s comparison tool can help.