For more than a billion iPhone fans around the world, Apple’s unveiling of its latest lineup of smartphones is the most anticipated annual event, and the focus of everyone’s attention. But this time there may be an exception.
The Cupertino, California-based company on Tuesday introduced four iPhone 13 models with some minor improvements, including a faster processor, better camera, longer battery life, and nicer screens. They are similar in design to the 2020 phones, other than the smaller notch for the front camera at the top of the screen, and they start at the same price. The new Professional Editions of the two new phones will also feature higher-quality video recording, a smoother, frequently updated screen scrolling, and the ability to expand storage to 1 TB, twice the capacity of last year’s largest option.