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It’s barely been a year since the latest Apple phone models, iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 pro were launched but the reportedly soon to be launched 2021 iPhone 13 models due for September are already making noise. It seems everyone is anticipating the arrival of the new iPhone models so now is the moment to ask, will the new iPhone be up to the peoples’ expectations? Can Apple really improve upon the already impressive iPhone 12 model?

As we look forward to the release of the new iPhone 13, perhaps you may be wondering how the new models will compare to its predecessors:

FeatureiPhone 12 and 12 proiPhone 13 and 13 pro
Models44
Thickness7.4 mm7.57 mm
PriceFrom US$ 699From US$ 799
Display size5.4 inch – 6.7 inch   Notched display –No expected major changes on the sizes Smaller notch 120Hz dislay  
Resolutions1080 x 2340 pixels (476 PPI) 1170 x 2532 pixels (460 PPI) 1170 x 2532 pixels (460 PPI) 1284 x 2778 pixels (458 PPI))1080 x 2340 pixels (476 PPI) 1170 x 2532 pixels (460 PPI) 1170 x 2532 pixels (460 PPI) 1284 x 2778 pixels (458 PPI)
Camerasf2.4 thick camera bump ranging from 1.5mm – 1.7mm, protruding lenses   face ID  f1.8 Larger and thicker camera bumb (2.51mm-3.65) and less protruding lenses Touch ID
BatteryA14 bionic chip iPhone 12 mini – 2227 mAh iPhone 12 – 2815 mAh iPhone 12 Pro – 2815 mAh iPhone 12 Pro Max – 3687 mAh  A15 bionic chip Bigger batteries expected

The ‌iPhone 13‌ models are also expected to feature upgraded A15 chips, faster 5G connectivity, and apart from these changes, to the camera design and maybe the batteries, there are no other notable differences between the two phones. Most probably we can expect the ‌iPhone 13‌ models to look similar to the ‌iPhone 12‌ models with just a few design changes.

Well, since Apple has not really commented or said anything on the new iPhone 13, these remain speculations, and though this information might turn out to be accurate, we still remain curious on how exactly the new iPhone will look like.  

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