The iPhone 13 is 10g heavier and 0.3g thicker. That doesn’t really matter at all because the added density and heft makes the phone more reassuring to hold.
The iPhone 13’s display – is the same great 6.1-inch OLED panel with 60Hz refresh rate. It is colour accurate and vibrant for watching content. It is also brighter than the last generation.
Thanks to the larger sensor, daylight images are slightly sharper compared to the iPhone 12. But, it doesn’t really matter because you really need to pixel peep to spot these changes.
iOS 15 is not a huge visual overhaul but brings about some useful new features such as Shareplay, Live Text capture, Focus modes, and more. You get the best software support from Apple.
Whether it is making phone calls with no call drops, gaming, rock solid 4G connectivity, or a stable Wi-Fi connection, the iPhone 13 is super reliable.
As for battery life, I got around 6 hours and 30 mins of SoT on a single charge. However, the charging speed continues to be painfully slow. It took me approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes to charge the phone from 0 to 100.
The iPhone 13’s biggest upgrade is the battery life and I am not really seeing too many differences between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13’s camera performance.