Video shows new green iPhone 13 before release

Video shows new green iPhone 13 before release

At the March event, Apple announced new colors for the iPhone 13. Now, a leaked video gives a glimpse of what the green tones look like on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13.

The leak was published by Twitter user Majin Bu ( via 9to5mac ). In the past, Majin Bu has mainly shown iPhone cases before the official market launch. This time, however, the eager leaker apparently got his hands on the new alpine green iPhones ahead of the March 18 release.

iPhone 13 with matte and glossy green

As can be seen in the video, the back of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini is colored in a dark green and the camera module is contrasted with a lighter green. On the other hand, the back of the premium models iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max is lighter green and the camera module is darker green. The backs of the high-end variants also have a matte finish, while the backs of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini have a glossy finish.

Otherwise, nothing has changed in the equipment of the new iPhones compared to the models that are already available. The powerful A15 chip from Apple ensures fast surfing, streaming, gaming and multitasking in all four smartphones. The screen sizes are 6.7 inches for the Pro Max and Pro, 6.1 inches for the standard model and 5.4 inches for the iPhone 13 mini. While the premium models have a camera module with three lenses on the back, the standard and mini versions only offer two lenses. Features such as 5G, Deep Fusion and MagSafe are on board in all models.

The green variant of the iPhone 13 can be pre-ordered from today, March 11 at 2 p.m. The new Apple smartphones will be available to buy regularly from March 18th. At the same time, the other innovations from Apple's March event will also appear: the Mac Studio, the Studio Display and the iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 5.

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