iPhone 13 gets a familiar design with some tweaks

Apple has recently announced the new iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 Mini. It sports the same, familiar design we've seen from it's predecessor, which, isn't really much of a surprise given how Apple decides to refresh how their devices look every couple of years or so.

However, we did get a couple of tweaks and improvements. First off, OLED screens, for both the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 and the 5.7-inch iPhone 13 Mini. It uses a new A15 chip, which of course, improves the iPhone's performance and battery life. The camera setup, as expected, is powerful, with a wide sensor 12MP and an ultra-wide 12MP with a 120 degree view. That should pick up quite a landscape. Oh, and the notch is a tiny bit smaller, which is nice. Storage options include 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. No 1TB yet (We'll get there, eventually).

One other new thing in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini's camera is cinematic mode. It's a video feature that automatically changes focus during a video, to give it a, well, cinematic style.

Other countries will start selling these new iPhones soon. No official word yet when they can be purchased in the country yet, we'll let you know soon!