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Apple Launches iPhone 13 – What's New

Apple Launches iPhone 13 – Find Out What’s New…

iPhone 13 Design

Apple iPhone 13 is Here – Know the Top Features

Apple has just launched their new phone the iPhone 13, and although there have not been any substantial changes in the phone, here are a few worth mentioning:


The iPhone 13 is identical to the iPhone 12 because Apple does not alter its device designs frequently. The standard model features aluminum bands, while the high-end version has stainless steel bands.

Aside from new color choices and a rearrangement of camera modules on the entry-level model, the iPhone 13 has few external design changes to distinguish it from the iPhone 12.

The color options differ depending on the model purchased. The basic versions are available in midnight, blue, starlight, pink, and PRODUCT (RED), while the higher-end models are available in graphite, silver, gold, and Sierra Blue.


The MagSafe connector, developed by Apple, is a wireless charging technology for the iPhone 12 family of smartphones. Built-in magnets on the iPhone as well as cases and charging accessories from Apple and official partners make up this system.

With the inclusion of MagSafe in iPhone 13, users won’t have to buy new accessories for compatibility with the newest iPhones, except maybe a case. The MagSafe Charger, Wallet, and MagSafe Battery Pack continue to function as they did before.

It appears that Apple has updated the MagSafe Wallet to enable it to be used with the Find My network. This does not duplicate the AirTag’s capabilities, but it does notify the iPhone of its previous connection location, allowing the user to locate it.

TrueDepth Camera

The iPhone 13 models feature Face ID, the facial recognition technology that was first introduced in 2017. The TrueDepth camera system in the display notch houses Face ID components, which are smaller this year.

Face ID is used across iOS tasks for unlocking the iPhone, allowing access to third-party passcode-protected apps, confirming app purchases, and authenticating Apple Pay payments.

Face ID works through a set of sensors and cameras. A Dot Projector projects more than 30,000 invisible infrared dots onto the surface of the skin to create a 3D facial scan that maps the curves and planes of each face, with the scan read by an infrared camera.


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