iPhone 13 Front & Rear View
In September, Apple’s newest smartphone product will be available for purchase. Apple is already hard at work marketing their newest mobile device, the 13th version of the iPhone, which is due to launch in September of this year, despite the fact that the iPhone 12 hasn’t even been out for a year. It’s no surprise, given that the company excels at all they do, especially marketing.
While the smartphone is still in the development and manufacturing stages, it is already rumored to be superior to its predecessor in a number of respects, as shown by its revised specifications.
So, let’s take a look at what we know about the tech giant’s new development so far.
Phone Specs, Battery Life & Camera
One of the most significant improvements in the iPhone 13 is the likelihood of 1TB capacity, which is roughly equivalent to 8 128 GB iPhone devices. That’s a lot of room.
In addition, the phone is supposed to have an A15 Bionic processor, a 50000mAh battery, and possibly the world’s first under-screen camera, which is a significant upgrade from the 12.
Although the iPhone isn’t widely thought of as a top gaming phone, the 13th edition is obviously out to change that. The device’s next-generation CPU, combined with its long battery life, embraces the need of today’s gamer to remain connected without lags, interruptions, or delays.
This means that any tactical gaming experience is continuously flawless, whether the consumer is honing their poker skills online with PokerStars to prepare for physical environments in casinos, or learning fighting skills in highly-rated shooter games on iOS like Call of Duty Mobile. Any game will run smoothly on this handset, and buyers will consider it the best Apple smartphone for gaming to date.
Not to mention that the smartphone would have the lowest latency of any iPhone to date and will be able to connect to several 5G networks at the same time. All of these variables add up to faster speeds, whether you’re an avid online player, a frequent mobile shopper, or an addicted web surfer.
Screen Display & Design
When it comes to the new device’s display, the main change may be the addition of a 120Hz refresh rate and a “always on” display, which will lock the phone but leave the time and battery level noticeable for easy access.
In terms of the latest look, Apple hasn’t said anything recently, possibly because the 12th edition already saw a lot of improvements in terms of design. However, there are rumors that the iPhone 13 will be fully wireless, and that Touch ID will be reinstated.
With a slew of significant updates that many have been waiting for, the iPhone 13 is expected to carry mobile functionality to the next level.
Pricing Of iPhone 13
Finally, let’s talk about the price, as everyone has been waiting for. After all, Apple’s monopoly is notorious for being one of the most costly devices on the market. However, there is speculation that Apple will reduce the price of the iPhone 13 this year due to the inclusion of 5G technology, which will be limited to some regions.
Many users would like to see this become a reality, despite the fact that it is not official. If not, the price of the new phone is expected to be between £799 and £900. This figure is based on the phone’s predecessor, which was released at a cost of £799 at the time.
In terms of included accessories, the package is expected to include products similar to those found in the 12th edition, but if the 13 goes portless, they’ll need to think about certain basic features to appeal to the regular consumer.
If you don’t want to pay full price for the new iPhone, keep in mind that there are a number of ways to get the famous Apple smartphone without breaking the bank. If you’re buying a used iPhone, make sure to check items like battery life and hardware systems thoroughly, as online marketplaces may not have all of the details you need.
Apple iPhone 13 Price in Nigeria
What’s the price of iPhone 13 in Nigeria? The phone is yet to be released at the moment. However, according to speculation, the price of iPhone 13 in Nigeria will fall between N500,000 and N700,000.
This post will be updated once Apple decide to release it’s latest luxury phone product — iPhone 13.