Apple iPhone 13 event wrap-up

Victor, 14 September 2021

In keeping with tradition, Apple had a jam-packed September event, with plenty of new hardware. The new iPhone 13 lineup was the main event. The familiar design got refined with smaller notches and a different arrangement for the cameras on the non-Pro models.

The cutting-edge A15 Bionic chipset is powering the entire lineup, with the Pro duo getting a slightly beefier GPU. The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max got the eagerly-anticipated 120Hz screens and there were camera upgrades across the board.

iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max have 120 Hz displays, 3x telephoto cameras, 1 TB storage option

Apple also unveiled a shiny new 8.3-inch iPad Mini with entirely redesigned body, A15 chipset and a USB-C port.

Apple upgrades the standard iPad, the iPad mini gets a bigger revamp

The entry-level iPad 10.2 got a more minor refresh with A13 Bionic replacing the A12, a more capable front camera and twice the base storage.

Last, but not least the Apple Watch Series 7 manages to stretch the display 20%, without changing the wearable's overall footprint. The Series 7 also promises to be tougher than its predecessor and charge up to 33% faster.

Apple Watch Series 7 has bigger display in the same body, coming this Fall for $399

Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max

Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max Specifications
Announcement
Pricing and availability
vs. iPhone 12 Pro Max

Apple iPhone 13 Pro

>Apple iPhone 13 Pro Specifications
Announcement
Pricing and availability
vs. iPhone 12 Pro

Apple iPhone 13

Apple iPhone 13 Specifications
Announcement
Pricing and availability
vs. iPhone 12

Apple iPhone 13 mini

Apple iPhone 13 mini Specifications
Announcement
Pricing and availability
vs. iPhone 12 mini

Apple Watch Series 7

Apple Watch Series 7 Specifications
Announcement
vs. Apple Watch Series 6

iPad mini (2021)

iPad mini (2021) Specifications
Announcement
vs. Apple iPad mini (2019)

iPad 10.2 (2021)

iPad 10.2 (2021) Specifications
Announcement
vs. Apple iPad 10.2 (2020)

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