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iPhone 13 Pro review: This iPhone 13 pro has some disadvantages.

iPhone 13 Pro review: This iPhone 13 pro has some disadvantages:

We are here, going to another tech review. This time we will talk about the iPhone 13. Let’s take a look at how it holds up and if it’s still worth getting today, or should you wait just a little longer for the next latest and greatest from Apple? So let’s dive in and this is our review of the iPhone 13 Pro Max. (iPhone 13 Pro review🙂

we have already taken a close look at the Vivo V21 5G in our review; Since 2007, I’ve had a new iPhone almost every year. Some years promise significant advancements over previous ones, while others may be more incremental. However, 14 years later, the iPhone’s major updates are becoming fewer and farther between.

The iPhone 13 Pro is no exception. This is Apple’s third “Pro”-branded iPhone, and with each iteration, it becomes clearer that the label is more about marketing than anything else.

iPhone 13 Pro review: What distinguishes a “pro”

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We have already taken a close look at the Vivo V23 Pro in our review; What distinguishes a “pro” phone? More camera lenses, new materials, and one or two extra features are the norm these days. The conventional hallmarks of “pro” in the Mac series aren’t a faster processor, more storage, or even more RAM. This isn’t a phone for professionals; after all, what does a “professional” smartphone user look like? By comparison, are the rest of us ranked amateurs?

In the end, the Pro phone is simply more expensive—though Apple couldn’t brand it the “iPhone Pricier.” But I’m getting ahead of myself.

The iPhone 13 Pro (and, by extension, the Pro Max, which is identical to the ordinary 13 this year but for being larger in every way: chassis, screen, and battery life) differs from the standard 13 in three ways. Are the Pro phones “better” because of these features? Whether necessarily: the key question is whether or not those variables matter to you, the future phone buyer.

iPhone 13 Pro review: Pro, Steel, and Desing

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The iPhone 13 Pro and 13 seem identical from the outside: they’re the same height, length, and thickness. Despite this, the Pro is a full ounce and a half heavier than the standard 13. A big reason for this is that Apple’s pro phones are made of stainless steel rather than the anodized aluminum of the 13 and 13 mini. I haven’t held an iPhone 13 or 13 mini in my hands, but we expect the weight difference to be significant.

These various materials also lend themselves to a variety of colors. The 13 Pro comes in gold, silver, graphite, and one “special” color, just like the 12 Pro and 11 Pro. Midnight Green was on the 11 Pro, Pacific Blue was on the 12 Pro, and the new Sierra Blue is on the 13 Pro.

iPhone 13 Pro review: Sierra Blue,

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In this year’s unveiling, Apple made a big fuss over the Sierra Blue, claiming that it required a new technique “using many layers of nanometer-scale metallic ceramics.” Take what you will from that, but the hue is a lot lighter than the one-off tints of the previous two years, and I typically like it.

After years of space gray/black phones, I’ve started getting the one-off color every year for the same reason I order the special at a restaurant: you never know when it’ll be available again. It’s also the closest Pro phone customers will come to the 13 and 13 mini’s vibrant colors. Come on, Apple,

To cut a long tale short, it’s a lovely blue. It may appear grayer to some, but even in low light, it reads as blue to me. My office, where I spend a lot of time, is a similar hue of blue, which definitely helps.

I also have to address the back camera bump: Apple has completely embraced the camera module on the back, and it’s rather huge on the 13 Pro—significantly larger than the 12 Pro. In general, this isn’t a big deal, but I’ve noticed that when combined with the protective lip around the lenses on the clear case I’m using, I have to be more precise about placing my 13 Pro on my Studio Neat MagSafe charging dock every night; the lip hits the dock’s edge, and it doesn’t align quite as nicely. It still works, but I’ve had my phone not charged on a couple of occasions because I didn’t have it correctly situated.

iPhone 13 Pro review: Screening process

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One surefire technique to make your phone “pro”: Include a feature with the word “pro” in the name! It’s time for ProMotion! Let’s call it a day now, shall we?

ProMotion, which debuted four years ago on the iPad Pro (there’s that word again), makes its way to the iPhone line with the 13 Pro, despite the fact that the variable refresh rate technology has been rumored for every new model of the phone since its debut.

To be honest, we didn’t believe I’d notice the iPhone 13 Pro’s ProMotion display. It’s on my iPad Pro, and it rarely catches my eye there. Or, more specifically, the differences between the displays on my iPad and iPhone. Before I think of ProMotion, I usually attribute it to other things, such as screen sizes.

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But, to our surprise, we saw ProMotion on the iPhone 13 the moment we turned it on: from swiping up on the lock screen to switching between home screens, I could tell it was a different experience. Better? That’s more difficult to say: it appeared eerie to my eyes, similar to the motion-smoothing soap opera effect found on many modern televisions. The 120Hz refresh rate made everything look a touch too lifelike. With the exception of the rare problem, I eventually tuned it out after a few days.

The variable component of the equation is where ProMotion’s true magic lies, as it allows it to adapt to whatever material is being displayed. So while browsing through online sites, switching between home screens, and in-app animations all appear to be very smooth, the movies you watch will still appear at their native frame rates, so they’ll look exactly as you expect.

More crucially, the variable refresh rate means that when the screen doesn’t need to update constantly—for example, when reading static text or staring at a still photo—it can decrease the refresh rate all the way down to 10Hz, saving a significant amount of power.

iPhone 13 Pro review: battery mode,

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It’s worth mentioning those power savings in particular because they’re quite impressive. According to Apple’s specifications, the 13 Pro surpasses the 12 Pro in every battery mode, with increases ranging from 5 hours of video playback to a whopping 9 hours of streaming video and 1-hour longer of audio playback. According to iFixit’s disassembly, the battery is larger (11.97Wh vs. 10.78Wh on the 12 Pro), but power savings from the A15’s enhanced efficiency cores and ProMotion cannot be overlooked.

My iPhone 12 Pro had lost a little battery health by the time I handed it in—I think it was down to 93 percent when I last checked—but it was getting rather depleted by the end of the day for comparison’s sake. Even with modest use, it frequently reached the 20% warning.

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Meanwhile, the 13 Pro has barely made it to that position. Of course, it’s a new phone, so battery life will always be greater than on a year-old model, but I’ve been surprised by how much power is left after a full day of use. When I look at the battery screen in settings, it’s seldom below 25%, and on most days, it’s closer to 50%. That’s really absurd.

While I haven’t had to travel much recently, it appears like I will be doing so more in the future year, and I’ll be pleased to have a phone that can get me through the day without too much anxiety. (Not that I’m going to leave my backup battery packs at home.)

iPhone 13 Pro review: display

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Finally, while the ProMotion display is lovely, it’s not a feature for which I’d advocate upgrading to the Pro. If anything, I believe the gain in power efficiency is more valuable, and if you upgrade for that, the smoother animations are a bonus. In any event, I wouldn’t be shocked if ProMotion made its way down to the ordinary iPhone 14, or iPhone 15 at the very least, so if you miss out this time, you’ll almost certainly have another shot.

iPhone 13 Pro review: Camera-rah-rah

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While I would argue that the gestalt of a phone is more significant, it’s difficult to dispute that in terms of the most important single discrete feature, it probably does outweigh any other factors.

The camera system on the iPhone 13 Pro is the major feature that distinguishes it from the normal 13, and it will likely get the most attention from potential purchasers. And I don’t want to minimize its value: it’s a fantastic camera.

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Much has been said about the iPhone 13 Pro camera, much of it by people whose photographic knowledge and excitement far exceed mine. So, if I had to provide a layperson’s view, the iPhone 13 Pro camera succeeds by reducing your anxiety. You can be quite sure that if you take a picture, you’ll get a good shot no matter what the subject or lighting is like.

For example, several friends came over to chat and sit in our driveway the other week. We tried to shoot a group photo with a variety of lighting when it was time for them to leave: one of them was already sitting in their car, and the rest of us were hunched outside in the dark. Was the end outcome spectacular? No. However, you could clearly see everyone’s faces. In terms of night mode, the 12 Pro was no slouch, but Apple’s computational photography continues to improve.

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It’s a wonderful accomplishment to be able to catch everything from a close-up of a small object to a faraway object and have it look excellent no matter what. I’d argue that there’s even less incentive to take out a traditional camera, but then again, how many people carry a classic camera anymore?

iPhone 13 Pro review: The conclusion

The iPhone 13 Pro is a fantastic device. If you came here expecting some sort of revelation that you haven’t seen in a hundred other reviews, I apologize. It’s a fantastic upgrade if you’re upgrading from an iPhone that’s more than a year or two old.

What’s the difference between year to year? That’s not the case. Personally, I’m not sure I would have considered upgrading from my 12 Pro if it hadn’t been for the iPhone Upgrade Program. But, then again, that’s the way things are these days. Revolutionary shifts don’t happen every year or even every two years.

But, other than the price, there’s nothing wrong with the iPhone 13 Pro and no reason why I wouldn’t suggest it. The telescopic lens, macro mode, and ProMotion display are all lovely to have, but they’re not absolutely required, and they cost at least $100 more.

And that’s where the standard/Pro split is these days: need vs. want. Most people won’t need the iPhone 13 Pro’s capabilities, but if you do, go for it. Perhaps it’s time to add a new corollary to the old adage about computer RAM for smartphones: Purchase as many phones as you can.

FAQ’s

Is the iPhone 13 Pro the right size for you?

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Verdict: This year’s greatest iPhone is the iPhone 13 Pro. For most people, the 6.1-inch display is the most comfortable size, and the 120Hz refresh rate, as well as camera enhancements across the board, make this worth the additional money over the original iPhone 13.

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Is the 13 Pro a good investment?

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The verdict of Tom’s Guide One of the most powerful phones ever made is the iPhone 13 Pro. The new iPhone is a beast with a brilliant display and superb cameras, despite the increased camera hump and loss of Touch ID. It’s also $100 less than the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which is similarly amazing.

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Is the iPhone 13 Pro waterproof?

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The iPhone 13 Pro Max is splash-proof. It has an “IP68” designation, which indicates it is dust-proof and can withstand being submerged for up to 30 minutes at a depth of 6 meters. It won’t matter whether your phone falls into a puddle, a shallow pool, or gets wet from the rain.

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Is the iPhone 13 Pro a decent gaming device?

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The iPhone with the best gaming capabilities: the Max iPhone 13 Pro
Any iPhone will perform admirably in casual games. Performance is important if you want to play high-end premium games with excellent 3D graphics and music.

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Is there a charger included with the iPhone 13?

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A USB-C to Lightning cable is included with every iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, and that’s pretty much it. Those who don’t already have an Apple power converter will require a USB-C power adaptor to charge the iPhone 12 and 13 out of the box.

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