Apple announced iPhone 13 and 13 Mini with a redesigned camera array

Apple’s iPhone 13 has officially arrived – the baseline, most mainstream model that will set the bar for Apple’s 2021 phone lineup. The entry-level iPhone 13 will come in two versions: the 6.1-inch “regular” model and the smaller 5.4-inch iPhone 13 Mini. The screen is an OLED panel, while the sides are still aluminum sandwiched between two slabs of glass. Pricing starts at $829 for the iPhone 13 and $729 for the smaller iPhone 13 Mini. Storage options for this year’s models have been bumped up with 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB configurations for the two models. There’s not much in the way of radical new features; instead, the iPhone 13 is closer to Apple’s old “S” model of iPhones. It offers some refinements and improvements to last year’s design rather than monumental new features. There’s also a more powerful processor: the A15 Bionic, which is faster and more power-efficient than last year’s A14 Bionic chip. It’s still a 5nm chip and still a 6-core CPU (with two new high-performance and four new high-efficiency cores). The new cameras will also be getting the “photographic profiles” feature that Apple introduced with the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max models, which allow you to customise the look of your photos for more consistency across shots.