Steven Winkelman is obsessed with smartphones and tablets. Before joining PCMag as a mobile analyst, he covered mobile and wearable tech at Digital Trends.
There are some key differences between the four iPhone 13 models you’ll want to consider before you pull out your credit card.
Apple’s iPhone 13 lineup may not be a massive upgrade from last year’s iPhone 12 models, but there are some exciting new features. And with four phones that are all just a little different, you may have some questions. If you’re debating which iPhone 13 to buy, we’re here to help break things down.
iPhone 13 Price
The iPhone 13 mini is the least expensive of Apple’s new iPhones. The 128GB version sells for $699; 256GB of storage comes in at $799; and the 512GB version will cost you a cool $999.
At $799, the 128GB iPhone 13 hits a sweet spot for people who want a good phone without spending a thousand bucks. The 256GB version comes in at $899, and if you want to max out your storage at 512GB, it’ll cost you $1,099.
If you want to upgrade to Apple’s Pro lineup, the iPhone 13 Pro is your least expensive option. The 128GB version sells for $999; double the storage for an additional $100. The 512GB model will set you back $1,299, and a terabyte of storage will cost you $1,499.
At the top end of the lineup is the iPhone 13 Pro Max, starting at $1,099 for the 128GB version or $1,199 for 256GB. For 512GB of storage, you’ll have to cough up $1,399, and if you need a terabyte of storage, expect to pay a jaw-dropping $1,599.
People who store most of their content in the cloud will probably be happy with the 128GB iPhone 13. If you take lots of photos and videos, you’ll probably want a 256GB model.