The iPhone 13 is here. After years of rumors and speculation, Apple has finally decided to show off the next-generation iPhone model at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California. The new smartphone will be available for purchase on September 21st and it’s already generating as much buzz as any product Apple has ever released. In this guide, we’ll break down everything you need to know about the upcoming device from design details to features that make it stand out from other phones on the market today.
A new design
The iPhone 13 is a new design. The phone has an edge-to-edge display, which means that the screen curves into the sides of your phone and wraps around to meet at the top of your device. This makes for a much more immersive experience than other phones that have curved screens—you can easily interact with notifications or apps without having to reach over them or look down at them from above.
Additionally, Apple’s removal of headphone jacks on the iPhone 13 means it will work with wireless headphones instead of requiring you to use wired connections like before. While this may seem like a small change, it’s actually huge for those who want their music-listening experience to be as seamless as possible when traveling across town or overseas (or even just walking around town)
A new camera module
iPhone 13 has a new camera module, which is smaller and more powerful than the one in your current iPhone. The sensor is larger and has a wider aperture for improved low-light performance. It also has a new lens that uses an image stabilizer to reduce blurriness when you’re using slow shutter speeds or panning across scenes.
The flash now features dual LEDs (which means it can light up different colors) as well as optical zoom so you don’t need to change lenses while taking pictures outside during the day; this helps make sure everyone gets equal exposure from their portraits! Overall, everything looks quite shiny and colorful—not just because of those lights but also because of how much better those new sensors perform at capturing detail in shadows or dark areas where there might not be enough light coming through otherwise.”
A hidden screen
You might think the iPhone 13‘s screen is hidden behind the aluminum body, but that’s not true. In fact, it’s not even a screen at all—it’s an LCD display that sits flush with the glass panel and is covered in Corning Gorilla Glass 5. But don’t let this fool you into thinking that Apple has abandoned its signature design language: there are some interesting new features on this mobile phone!
The first thing you’ll notice when looking at your phone is how much smaller it appears than previous models from Apple (like our favorite iPhone 11). The company claims this was done to improve battery life because of “curved edges” on previous models which created more surface area for heat dissipation. However, since we don’t have access to any independent third-party testing data about these claims yet (and honestly we’re not sure what kind of testing they would do), we’ll say “it seems like” instead just because…
More power and longer battery life
Apple has changed the battery capacity of its latest iPhone, with the new model offering a larger battery than its predecessor.
The base model of this phone has a 2,716mAh battery while the top-end iPhone XS Max has a 3,174mAh juice pack. That’s an increase of over 50% in size compared to last year’s iPhone XS Max and over 30% more power in comparison to last year’s iPhone XS.
This means you can expect longer battery life from your new device—up to two hours longer than before according to Apple’s website (which also notes that this may vary depending on what apps/features are being used).
The iPhone 13 is made of recycled aluminum, which means it’s a more environmentally friendly alternative to the typical aluminum used in phones. This process uses waste aluminum from previous products, such as cars and airplanes, to create new material that can be recycled again and again until there are no more pieces left.
Reused materials are also stronger than new ones because they have been subjected to additional stress during their manufacturing process—and this can lead to greater durability overall if you do your research before buying this phone model! However, because these materials are harder than steel or plastic (and thus less likely to break), they tend not to be cheap either: you’ll pay about $10 more per pound for your new handset than if you went with plastic instead of aluminum—but at least now we know exactly where our money goes when we buy something like this!
Better Face ID
Face ID is a strong alternative to Touch ID. You can use it in the dark, and it works in any lighting condition—even when you’re wearing sunglasses or a hat. It’s also more secure than Touch ID because it uses the iPhone’s front-facing camera instead of its fingerprint scanner on the backside of your phone.
You may have heard that Apple’s facial recognition system is able to recognize up to 1,000 different faces (including yours), but this number may be exaggerated; according to Apple Vice President Phil Schiller, “the Face ID algorithm used in this generation of iPhones is capable of recognizing 200 unique faces per second.”
A fingerprint sensor on the screen
The iPhone 13 will be the first phone to feature a fingerprint sensor on the screen. This means that instead of having to unlock your phone by pressing down on it, you can just touch your finger on the home button and then authenticate yourself with one touch. It’s not yet clear how well this technology works or how fast it is compared to other methods like facial recognition or iris scanning; however, we do know that Apple plans on releasing their new smartphone in 2020 so we’ll find out soon enough!
Wireless charging at a distance
Wireless charging at a distance is possible, but not as simple as you might think. It requires that the device and power source are within range of one another. The iPhone 13 is the first smartphone to offer wireless charging in this way—and it’s also one of only two phones available today (the other being Google’s Pixel 3).
The wireless charging feature lets you charge your phone using any Qi-certified charger—like those from Belkin or Anker—at speeds up to 5 watts per hour (1 amp). If you have multiple devices that require different power levels, they’ll all work with different speeds and frequencies; for example, both Apple Watch Series 4 models will get fast charge speeds when used with compatible chargers while standard models can take advantage of slower charges that provide up to 1 amp per hour (up to 2 hours).
iOS 15 will be the next major version of Apple’s mobile operating system. It will be released in 2020 and a free update for all iPhone 13 users, making it compatible with the iPhone 13.
All the rumors of the iPhone 13
The iPhone 13 is the next big thing from Apple, and it’s been rumored to be released in 2020.
There are many rumors about this phone. One of them says that it will come out in 2021 or 2022.
But it’s not just about the new features. The iPhone 13 will also come with new colors, a redesigned antenna, and a more secure chip that’s designed to keep your personal information safe from hackers.