The new iPhone 13 series is finally available for sale. Apple has made major changes to the camera and battery along with new software improvements. Apple doesn’t reveal much about the hardware specifications of iPhones and this is where teardown videos come handy to know what’s actually inside new iPhones and what has changed. Popular teardown platform, iFixit has posted a video to reveal what’s inside the new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.
The video revealed a smaller square Taptic engine in the new iPhones. Also, the iPhone 13 Pro appears to have a more complex or denser logic board when compared to the iPhone 13. Also, there are L-shaped batteries and larger camera units in both the phones.
Talking about the camera, the new wide camera, with 1.7 µm pixels, comes with the biggest sensor ever in an iPhone dual-camera system and is capable of gathering 47% more light for less noise and brighter results. Sensor-shift OIS — a technology introduced in iPhone 12 Pro Max and not found in any other smartphone — also comes to the Wide camera, even in the more compact iPhone 13 mini.
Apple is said to have put a 3,227 mAh battery in the iPhone 13 while there is a 3,095 mAh battery in the iPhone 13 Pro. Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a 4,352 mAh battery and there is a 2,406 mAh battery in the iPhone 13 mini.
The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini comes in 6.1-inch and 5.4-inch displays featuring Ceramic Shield on the front. The improved Super Retina XDR OLED displays deliver a contrast ratio for true blacks and a 28 per cent increase in max outdoor brightness at 800 nits, with higher peak brightness for HDR content like photos and videos at 1200 nits, all while being more power-efficient.