iPhone 13 Pro Review: You Deserved it

iPhone 13 Pro Review: You Deserved it

The IPhone 13 Pro Max is Apple’s top flagship phone this year, but don’t underestimate the IPhone 13 Pro. It competes with the Max. There is no difference except for the display and battery, and the iPhone 13 pro is less expensive.

I believe there are many key features that will make the iPhone 13 Pro popular with users. The larger battery is an urgent upgrade. the A15 bionic performance is powerful. the 120Hz ProMotion display is a popular addition. The camera is better than ever.

IPhone 13 Pro review begins with.

Familiar design

 The design of the iPhone 13 Pro may be familiar to fans. Nothing has changed from the previous generation, but there are some subtle differences compared to the previous generation. This year’s iPhone 13 Pro is thicker, at 7.65 mm thick, not as thin as the iPhone 12 Pro’s 7.4 mm. This thickness also means the weight has increased from the 12 Pro’s 187 grams to 203 grams.

Another difference is the reduced size of the bangs on the screen. As Apple claims, the bangs on the iPhone 13 Pro screen have been reduced by 20 percent compared to the previous generation, and the screen proportions and display have been further improved.

On the back panel, the iPhone 13 Pro’s camera module has been expanded accordingly due to the larger camera sensor.

As far as the overall design is concerned, the familiar right-angle bezel design makes the iPhone 13 Pro look a lot like the iPhone 12 Pro, and the design differences are only noticeable upon closer inspection.

ProMotion Display

The ProMotion display moves from unlocking to standard animations to scrolling interactions, making iPhone 13 Pro feel like a faster device compared to the side-by-side iPhone 12 Pro.

After years of work, Apple has finally upgraded the iPhone Pro models to ProMotion 120Hz adaptive refresh rate.

The IPhone 13 Pro comes with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display with a refresh rate that can switch randomly between 10Hz and 120Hz depending on what’s running on the phone. The screen has a peak brightness of 1000 nits, which means it is brighter than the 800 nits in typical use of the 12 Pro.

In real-world use, the iPhone 13 Pro delivers an excellent display. Whether you’re watching movies, shows, videos or just generally browsing, the display is vibrant and offers incredible color accuracy and contrast.

The best camera on iPhone to date.

The system has been completely overhauled, and the main wide-angle camera on iPhone 13 Pro comes with a new sensor that is the largest in iPhone history.

The telephoto lens now comes with a new 77mm focal length, f/2.8 aperture and 3x optical zoom support – an iPhone first. By comparison, the iPhone 12 Pro has a maximum optical zoom of 2x.

Likewise, the iPhone 13 Pro’s new ultra-wide angle camera comes with autofocus and a larger f/1.8 aperture for improved low-light shooting. All three sensors are capable of capturing 12 megapixel images.

Notably, the camera also adds a number of new features, including a cinematic effects mode, macro mode and photography styles, as well as the ProRes video format.

The iPhone 13 Pro offers by far the best camera on the IPhone and is a complete replacement for a professional camera in the hands of a professional photographer, so if you are a photography enthusiast, the IPhone 13 Pro is definitely the best choice.

Core Performance

Apple has upgraded the internal chip. This year is the A15 Bionic chip, containing two new high-performance cores and four new high-efficiency cores with neural engines, which is basically the same as the A14 chip.

Another highlight, however, is the new five-core GPU on the Pro model, more than the quad-core GPU on the A14.

According to numerous benchmark scores online, the iPhone 13 Pro beats all flagship Snapdragon 888 Android phones in terms of core performance, and is certainly more powerful than last year’s iPhone 12 Pro.

Battery life

The battery slate is a major highlight of this year’s iPhone, and the iPhone 13 Pro is a significant upgrade over the 12 Pro. In our battery life test, the iPhone 13 Pro lasted over a day, while the 12 Pro had to be charged twice a day.

In the video loop test, the iPhone 13 Pro lasted an impressive 11 hours of video playback time before shutting down.

In terms of charging speed, the iPhone 13 Pro supports 20W fast charging. To be fair, it’s not even close to Android flagship phones (120W fast charging). iPhone 13 Pro can charge up to 50% in 30 minutes at most, and it takes about 80-90 minutes to charge from 0 to 100%.

Pro phones worth getting

This year’s Pro and Pro Max have the smallest gap, which has never been seen in the past few years. The reason is simple. Aside from the larger display and battery, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are the same.

Apple offers the same upgrades and improvements on both Pro models, focusing on the display, camera and battery, and the iPhone 13 Pro is more value for money, making the iPhone 13 Pro a Pro phone worth getting.

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