To say that the iPhone 13 series looks quite similar to its predecessor both design and spec-wise won’t be too far-fetched. However, we did get a new lineup like every other year and there are some changes that were rumored to be included in the phone. To learn more about the new features, differences and the iPhone 13 Nigeria price, continue reading.
On the front, it’s easy to confuse the new iPhone 13 with the old iPhone 12. It looks quite similar and the new square finish that was introduced last year is a part of this year’s line up as well. However, if you look closely on the notch or the rear camera setup, you will notice that the notch is slightly smaller and the cameras are placed diagonally instead of in a straight line. Moreover, there are new colors this time: Pink, Blue, Red, Starlight and Midnight. The displays are also brighter this time around, 28% to be specific. If those new colors sound good to you do think about keeping an eye on the iPhone 13 release date Nigeria.
For some users, it’s all about the camera upgrades in a new phone. Although specs on the sheet doesn’t sound too promising, one 12-megapixel wide angle sensor and one 12-megapixel ultrawide sensor, according to Apple these are two new sensors with a new architecture that can offer better results when taking pictures at night. It doesn’t stop there, the sensor-shift optical image stabilization feature that we saw only on the expensive models of iPhone last time are included in the iPhone 13 as well. There is also the new Cinematic mode which will allow users to effortlessly capture cinematic shots without worrying about the editing part. Moreover, these blur and focus parts an can be adjusted later. Also, you can shoot using this feature in Dolby Vision HDR. Users can also enjoy the same features using the 12-megapixel front camera. There is also the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 if you are interested to check out the competition. However, those are more expensive compared to the iPhone 13 Nigeria price.
At this point, people don’t worry about Apple’s performance as even the A14 bionic chip is good enough to handle everything available on the store so far. That being said, what’s interesting this time is that users will get 2.5 hours more battery life in the iPhone 13 or so Apple claims. The new A15 bionic processor offers better battery optimization, camera elevation, speed-boosting performance and better AR as well. It will be interesting to see how it performs in real life as battery life mostly depends on the usage. Some of the other noteworthy features are: starting storage is 128GB, 15W magsafe wireless charging, 20W fast wireless charging and lightning port.
The iPhone 13 is expected to cost around ₦ 285400 . All the iPhone 12 lineup including the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone Pro 12 Max got a price drop so maybe instead of waiting for the iPhone 13 release date Nigeria, you can pick one of those up.
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