The latest iPhones will bring even more advancements to the cameras and processing power of Apple’s smartphone lineup. The company showcased three new models during Tuesday’s Apple event, including the base iPhone 13, the iPhone 13 Pro, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The team only briefly mentioned the fourth model, the iPhone 13 mini.
The iPhone 13 will include a 20% smaller notch, compared to the iPhone 12, and also comes with an upgraded A15 chip to power its new advancements. Apple says the iPhone 13 should offer up to 2.5 hours more of battery life, compared to the 12, with storage options that start at 128GB, compared to the previous 64GB.
Additionally, the iPhone 13 now offers a 28% brighter screen, compared to the last generation. It’s unclear exactly how much of a performance gain the iPhone 13 will offer in everyday use compared to the iPhone 12, but Apple did note that the A15 includes a six-core setup made up of two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores. It also will be available in a smaller iPhone 13 mini, which Apple says will include the same upgrades and changes seen in the base iPhone 13.