Introducing the new iPhone 13 models; one of the biggest tech events of the year has happened, the Apple event.
The new collection of iPhones were announced along with an updated version of the iPad, a new iPad mini and updated Apple watches.
The new phones have an improved battery, better camera quality and a "cinematic" function to allow high-quality video recording.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made the announcement at the Apple event on Tuesday 14th September.
The four new devices are the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max and all come with more storage (starting at 128GB) than previous versions of the smartphone.
The 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max will also offer a one terabyte storage option for the very first time and the camera notch on the phones are reduced in size.
According to Apple, battery life is improved in the basic 13 (by 2.5 hours) and 13 mini (by 1.5 hours) models.
Once released, the iPhone 13 Pro will be priced at €1,759 or €1,859 for the Pro Max option, the iPhone 13 Mini starts at €829, with the iPhone 13 costing €929.
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After the event, Tim Cook spoke to YouTuber Justine about the new models of the iPhone.
In the 14-minute video, the Apple CEO goes through the phone and answering some of her burning questions.
"What kind of big picture scenario do you this kind of fitting into people's lives in the future?"
Cook's response: "You know I am so excited about AR. I think AR is one of these very few profound technologies that we'll look back on one day and say, how did we live our lives without it."
Although Apple is dabbling in it today on Apple devices, Cook added "I can't wait for it to be even more important in collaboration and so forth. I'm AR fan number one. I think it's that big."
The entire iPhone 13 range will be available to pre-order from Friday and will go on sale on September 24th.