Customers in India may now save up to ₹11,000 on the iPhone 13 during the Amazon Fab Phones Fest event from now to February 28th. Although Amazon.in already offers a ₹5,000 discount to all Indian consumers, the SBI, ICICI Bank, Kotak Bank Credit Card and ICICI Bank Debit Card customers will receive an additional ₹6,000 discount, while Amazon Pay ICICI Credit Card users will receive a ₹3,603 Instant Discount.
Users of the HDFC Bank MoneyBack+ Credit Card will now receive 10X CashPoints, while users of the MoneyBack Credit Card will receive 2X Reward Points, and users of the HDFC Bank Millennia Credit Card will receive 5% Cashback. Those who have an old smartphone can now avail of up to ₹15,250 exchange discount during the mobile exchange. Check out the following prices:
The iPhone 13 features the same sleek, flat-edge design with a Ceramic Shield front display as the iPhone 12. It’s also water-resistant, with an IP68 rating, so it can resist dunks, spills, and severe weather. The redesigned look for the rear camera is particularly noteworthy, with lenses now aligned diagonally.
The iPhone 13 also comes with Apple‘s new A15 Bionic Chip, which Apple claims is the “fastest CPU in any smartphone” and is up to 50% faster than the competition. With the utilization of 5nm technology and roughly 15 billion transistors, the new 16-core Neural Engine can do a mind-boggling 15.8 trillion operations per second.
The iPhone 13 comes with a slew of new features, including a smaller “notch” on the front display thanks to the TrueDepth camera being reengineered to be 20% smaller. The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini both offer a 28 percent brighter Super Retina XDR display with a peak brightness of 1200 nits and greater battery life. The average user will get up to 2.5 hours better battery life than the iPhone 12.
A new Cinematic mode, which can use a rack mode with a quickly changing depth of focus, has also been added to the video. It has the ability to blur backgrounds in the same way as Portrait mode images do. Dolby Vision HDR is used in Cinematic mode.
The camera design on the iPhone 13 is the most significant change, with upgrades in hardware and computational photography resulting in beautiful photos and videos. With a 1.7-micron sensor and an aperture of f/1.8, the new Wide-angle camera can gather 47 percent more light and reduce noise. With sensor-shift technology, which was previously exclusively available on iPhone 12 Pro models, ultra-wide takes even better photos.
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