After months of rumors, Apple has finally announced the iPhone 13, succeeding the tech giant’s iPhone 12 series, which was released last year.
The iPhone 13 has a design similar to its predecessor, but this year’s iteration offers a slimmer Face IG notch on the top of the smartphone. Like the iPad Mini that was announced earlier during today’s event, the iPhone 13 is powered by the A15 Bionic chip. Apple notes that the A15 is a 5nm chip and is a 6-core CPU — two of those cores are high performance, and the other are four high-efficiency cores.
iPhone 13 Reveal
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