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The 10 Biggest Features On Apple’s iPhone 13

Apple debuted the iPhone 13 with updates including a brighter display and smaller notch, as well as an improved camera and processor.

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iPhone 13 Arrives

Apple on Tuesday unveiled the iPhone 13, the second generation of the iPhone series to feature 5G connectivity. The follow-up to the hugely successful iPhone 12, Apple made clear that the iPhone 13 is more of an iterative update, unlike its predecessor. Still, the iPhone 13 will offer a range of improvements, with updates including a brighter display with a smaller notch, improved cameras, double the starting storage and the new A15 Bionic processor. The iPhone 13 was announced during Apple’s September product event alongside iPhone 13 Pro models, new iPad models and the Apple Watch Series 7.

What follows are the 10 biggest features to know on Apple’s iPhone 13.


The iPhone 13 will stick with the 6.1-inch display size and 460 pixels-per-inch resolution of its predecessor, as well as the vibrant “Super Retina XDR” OLED display technology. In terms of updates, the iPhone 13 will get a notable bump up in brightness—with the display able to go up to 800 nits of outdoor brightness. That’s a 28-percent improvement from the 624 nits on the iPhone 12. The other biggest change on the display is that Apple has shrunk down the size of the display notch, through a redesign of the front-facing TrueDepth camera. The iPhone 13 notch is now 20-percent smaller, offering a slight increase in usable screen space.

However, there won’t be an upgrade to smoother display motion with a 120Hz refresh rate on the iPhone 13—that’s being reserved for the iPhone 13 Pro models for now. The iPhone 13 sticks with a 60Hz display.

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