The Apple iPhone 13 Mini packs the most advanced dual-camera system, a lightning-fast chip that leaves the competition behind and huge battery life.
- 5.4” Super Retina XDR OLED display
- Rear camera: 12MP wide camera, 12MP ultra-wide camera, Front camera: 12MP
- A15 Bionic chip, New 6-core processor
- iOS 15 Operating System
Super Retina XDR display
The OLED display gets 28 per cent brighter, up to 800nits, so it’s easier to see in full sunlight. And it still goes up to 1,200nits for HDR content. You’ll notice bright whites, true blacks and every shade in between. Yet the display conserves power better than ever. The Apple iPhone 13 Mini features a cinema-standard wide colour gamut, displaying colours just as filmmakers intended. And with precise colour accuracy, everything on the screen looks remarkably natural. The Super Retina XDR display has an ultra-high pixel density, so photos, videos, text or whatever you’re viewing looks extra-sharp. And the display is even more expansive, thanks to a smaller TrueDepth camera area.
Huge camera upgrade
Apple-designed a totally new architecture and turned the lenses 45° to fit in the best dual-camera system ever – with its biggest wide camera sensor. Apple has also made room for sensor-shift optical image stabilisation. The sensor-shift optical image stabilisation keeps shots steady even when you’re not. The new ultra-wide camera reveals more detail in the dark areas of your photos. And equipped the ultra-wide camera with a faster sensor. And the new wide camera captures 47% more light for better photos and videos.
Filmmakers use a technique called rack focus – shifting focus from one subject to another – to guide the audience’s attention in their movies. Now iPhone makes it easy for you to bring the same storytelling technique to your videos.
Night mode senses low-light scenes and automatically adjusts to take bright, clear photos with amazingly rich colours.
Portrait mode artfully blurs the background to put the focus on your subject. You can try out six creative lighting effects with a swipe.
Smart HDR 4
Smart HDR 4 now recognises up to 4 different people in a scene and optimises contrast, lighting and even skin tones for each one. So, everybody looks their best.
Deep Fusion activates in mid-to low-light scenes. It analyses multiple exposures pixel by pixel to capture the subtlest textures, patterns and details.
The ultra-wide camera gives you a wide field of view even when you’re up close to what you’re shooting. So, you can capture more of the scene without stepping back.
Photographic styles create a personal look for your photos. But unlike filters, styles selectively apply adjustments to the right areas, while preserving skin tones.
The TrueDepth camera system has all the latest features from the back cameras like Cinematic mode, Photographic styles, Dolby Vision HDR recording, Portrait mode, Night mode selfies, Smart HDR 4, Deep Fusion and more for a whole new stratosphere of selfies. A15 Bionic and the TrueDepth camera also power Face ID, the most secure facial authentication in a smartphone
The lightning-fast A15 Bionic powers Cinematic mode, Photographic Styles, Live Text and more. Its Secure Enclave locks down personal info like your Face ID data and contacts. And it’s more efficient, helping to deliver longer battery life.
No one does 5G like iPhone
The world is quickly moving to 5G. Streaming or downloading, everything happens so much faster. 5G is even fast enough for serious multiplayer gaming, sharing AR videos and more. With Smart Data mode, iPhone will downshift automatically to save power when you don’t need all that speed.
In touch, at the moment
iOS 15 lets you keep the conversation going while sharing movies, music or whatever’s on your screen right there in FaceTime. Stay in the zone by filtering out any notifications that aren’t relevant to the task at hand. And interact with text in images to quickly send an email, make calls, get directions and more.
Privacy is built-in
iPhone helps put you in control of your personal information. For example, Privacy Nutrition Labels help you see how apps use your data. Apps need your permission to track your activity across other companies’ apps or websites.