Apple iPhone 13 Review: Less Expensive, Lasts Longer


Apple iPhone 13 review: less expensive, lasts longer, and has a more effective camera

iPhone 13 is a minor improvement over last year’s stunning iPhone 12, with an upgraded camera, a larger storage capacity, longer battery life, and an affordable price reduction.

Apple iPhone 13 review


Apple’s latest smartphone in regular size costs PS 779 ($799 or A $1,349). This is PS 20 cheaper than its predecessor, and it’s priced within the range between the PS 679 iPhone 13 mini and the iPhone 13 Pro from PS 949.

The phone is the same basic design that it had in its predecessor. Its aluminum-like sides with flat edges and hardened glass on the front and back are just as sturdy as the previous year. It is heavier by 12g and not a lot larger, but it’s barely evident unless you look them up side-by-side.

The display is sharp, bright, vibrant, and a bit more bright than the model from last year. It has a refresh speed of 60Hz, typical for iPhones, but causes it to be less smooth when scrolling than many Android competitors and the latest iPhone 13 Pro models with 120Hz displays.

iPhone 13 has Apple’s latest A15 Bionic processor that is slightly more powerful all-around than the A14 processor used on the iPhone 12 and double the capacity of the first storage option, 128GB which is likely to suffice for most users. It’s among the fastest phones you could purchase.

Apple’s new A15 Bionic processor is slightly more powerful than the chip from last year, making it one of the most efficient phones. It also doubles the storage that was initially available at 128GB.

The battery life on the phone is excellent. It lasts for about forty-six hours before charging, and the screen active for approximately five hours during that time and includes the time spent browsing via 5G, which is more than similar-sized rivals and the last model. It can be used from the early morning in the morning of your first day until 3 am on the day of the third; if you’re careful, however, it is more likely that you’ll need to recharge it every other night.


Screen: 6.1in Super Retina XDR (OLED) (460ppi)

Processor: Apple A15 Bionic


Weight: 174g

Connectivity 5G, WiFi 6, NFC, Bluetooth 5 Lightning, ultra-wideband, and localization

Storage: 128, 256 or 512GB

Operating system: iOS 15

Camera Dual 12MP rear cameras that have OIS Front-facing camera: 12MP

Water-resistance IP68 (6 meters for 30 minutes)

Dimensions: 146.7mm x 71.5mm x 7.7mm

Apple’s new A15 Bionic processor is a bit faster than the chip from last year and is one of the top phone models. It has twice the storage capacity of the initial 128GB of storage, too.

The battery life is excellent. It lasts for around 45 hours without charging, with the screen being used for about five hours during that time with 90 minutes of surfing on 5G, which is more than the majority of similarly comparable phones and the last model. This means that the phone will almost make it all the way from the beginning of day one through the third day’s morning if you’re cautious, but it’s most likely, it will need to be charged every night.

Apple provides software updates to its phones for longer than other manufacturers. It is expected to provide at minimum five years of security and software updates and possibly up to seven years. This means that you could safely use your phone for longer.

The camera for selfies is precisely the same as earlier iPhones and is beginning to show signs of age. It produces sharp, precise images in bright sunlight. However, it isn’t the best for low-light conditions like bars, which typically result in blurrier, soft pictures.

Both cameras are more extensive and allow more light than previous models. This is especially evident in the primary camera. Images in good lighting are crisp, clear, and balanced, even in scenes with high contrast. The performance in low light is significantly improved, meaning you’ll have to use the night mode less often while capturing sharper and more balanced photos. The ultrawide is more precise and has superior low light performance, making it more suitable for use indoors.


iPhone 13 keeps everything that was fantastic in iPhone 12. It also keeps everything great about iPhone 12, cuts PS20 off the price, doubles the storage capacity at the start, and includes two significant upgrades: longer battery life and a more powerful camera.

This makes it one of the best smartphones that you can purchase, especially when you consider that you can use it for longer than another phone that has more than 5 years of support for software offered by Apple with affordable and readily available replacement options batteries.

It’s not perfect; it doesn’t have cameras that can zoom in and out, and its screen is less responsive than its rivals. It’s not an upgrade worth considering for those using a new smartphone. However, for those who want to replace a three – or four-year-old phone, the iPhone 13 should be very close to your list.

Pros Better cameras, water-resistant Face ID, extended battery life, excellent performance, excellent screen, with a smaller notch. Sturdy and comfortable for you to grip, 5-G, and comprehensive software support.

Cons: No USB-C; you need a charger of your own and no telephoto camera. The screen is slower than competitors with 13 Pro.