iPhone 13 to be released this month

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The new iPhone will be released later this month, with prices starting at £679.

Apple vice-president Kaiann Drance said “iPhone 13 has a faster chip, faster 5G speeds, a brighter OLED display and the most advanced dual camera system ever in an iPhone, and with all these upgrades the iPhone 13 has a better battery life.”

The new phone will also have portrait mode on videos.

Apple is emphasising the greener nature of the iPhone, which are made from some recycled materials.

Apple has also announced their new watch, which will be larger, have a keyboard and be dust resistant.

Leo Gebbie, a principal analyst at CCS Insight commented: “At first glance the latest Apple Watch is another iterative update, but the larger screen allowing bigger virtual buttons and a full qwerty keyboard should certainly improve usability.”

“Despite these concerns, the Apple Watch continues to sell in record numbers and dominates the smartwatch market by a distance.”