Apple unveils the new iPhone 13 range, releasing in NZ on September 24

scandal 15/09/2021

Apple has revealed its new iPhone 13 range!

Announced today during Apple's ‘California Streaming’ launch event, the new Apple products have some pretty cool new features. 

The iPhone 13 range will come in three different models: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and the iPhone 13 mini.

The new iPhone 13 range will reportedly have the ability to make emergency calls and send texts with no reception, a 28% brighter screen, an increased refresh rate, better camera quality and even a cinematic filming mode. 

Plus, the iPhone 13 Pro's battery life is meant to be 2.5 hours longer than the 12 Pro, while the iPhone 13's battery life should be 1.5 hours longer than an iPhone 12.

While the iPhone 13 looks pretty similar to the iPhone 12, the rear camera looks slightly different, with the two lenses placed diagonally instead of vertically.

Plus, the iPhone 13 comes in "four stunning finishes including graphite, gold, silver, and sierra blue," according to Apple.

Apple has also re-designed its Apple Watch, plus a new iPad and iPad mini.

So, how much are these new products gonna set you back?

The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, which are available in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB models, will cost you $1249 and $1429 respectively.

If you're wanting the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, which come in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB models, prices start at $1799 and $1999 respectively. While the 1TB Pro Max costs $2999.

The new range will be available to pre-order from 12am Saturday, and will be made available on September 24, Newshub reports.

If you want more of an in-depth description of all of the new products and features, check out the full press release from Apple here.

However, it's worth noting that because the iPhone 13 range looks really similar to iPhone 12s, a lot of people aren't too impressed.

Check out some of our favourite internet-reaction-memes below..