The iPhone 13 is in hand. Sad that Apple didn’t send the iPhone 13 Pro Max, I would have liked to give that a tray.
What I will be reviewing is the iPhone 13 Pro. It is in graphite and comes with 512GB, costing S$2,149 at the Apple Store. If you order today online, you can get it delivered to you in about a month’s time.
It appears that there is high demand for the phone. Could it be that the global shortage of microprocessors led to Apple producing smaller quantities in its factories? Thus affecting the quantity assigned to Singapore market? This question will be posed to Apple.
At the telcos, certain colours and storage size are out of stock. Sierra blue which is the new colour – and the most popular – is out of stock for all storage capacity, that is, 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1024GB. Graphite appears to be the least popular with buyers.
Out of the box, the phone feels sleek and is the same size as the iPhone 12 Pro. The signature notch at the top of the iPhone is noticeably smaller. Behind the notch is the camera and sensors.
The phone comes with a charging cable but no plug. Apple ditched the plug to cut down on packaging with the phones only coming instead with a USB-C to Lightning Cable to charge it.
Look out for my review of the iPhone 13 Pro out soon!