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Photoshop: image size and resolution

Pixel dimensions change the total number of pixels across the width and length of the image. Resolution is a measure of the clarity of detail in a raster image and is measured in pixels per inch (ppi). The more pixels per inch, the higher the resolution. In general, a higher resolution image results in a higher quality print.

The same image at 72‑ppi and 300‑ppi; increased to 200%

If the image is not resampled (see Resampling), the amount of image data remains the same when the print size or resolution changes. For example, when you change a file’s resolution, its height and width are changed so that the amount of image data remains the same.

Photoshop lets you see the relationship between image size and resolution in the Image Size dialog box (Image > Image Size). Clear the Interpolation option as there is no need to change the amount of image data.

Then change the width, height or resolution. When one of the values ​​changes, the others will be brought into line with the first.

Dimensions in pixels are equal to the product of the dimensions of the output document and the resolution.

A. Original dimensions and resolution B. Reduce resolution without changing pixel dimensions (no resampling). C. Reducing the resolution while maintaining the same document dimensions leads to an increase in pixel dimensions (resampling).

If you need to quickly display the current dimensions of a document image, use the help window at the bottom of the document window.

  1. Move the cursor over the file information field and hold down the mouse button.

Image file size is the physical size of the file in which the image is stored. It is measured in kilobytes (KB), megabytes (MB), or gigabytes (GB). The file size is proportional to the pixel dimensions of the image.

The higher the number of pixels, the more detailed the image produced when printed. However, storing them requires more disk space and slows down editing and printing.

Thus, when choosing a resolution, a compromise must be made between image quality (which must contain all the necessary data) and file size.

Another factor that affects file size is its format. Due to differences in compression methods used in the GIF, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF file formats, file sizes with the same pixel dimensions can vary greatly. The bit depth of the color and the number of layers and channels also affect the file size.

Photoshop supports maximum image pixel dimensions of 300,000 horizontal and vertical. This limitation determines the maximum permissible size and resolution of the image on the screen and when printing.

Monitor resolution is described in dimensions (in pixels). For example, if the monitor resolution and the pixel dimensions of the photo are the same, then when viewed at 100% scale, the photo will occupy the entire screen.

The size of the image on the screen depends on a combination of factors – the size of the image in pixels, the size of the monitor and the resolution of the monitor.

Displays 620 x 400 pixel images on various monitor sizes and resolutions.

When preparing images for viewing on the screen, you should use a monitor with the lowest possible resolution.

Printer resolution is measured in dots per inch, dpi. Generally, the more dots per inch, the better the quality of the printed image. Most inkjet printers have a resolution of 720 to 2880 dpi. (Technically speaking, unlike photo output devices and laser printers, inkjet printers leave microscopic blots.)

Printer resolution is different from, but related to, image resolution. To print a high-quality photograph on an inkjet printer, the image resolution must be at least 220 ppi.

Screen lineage is the number of dots or halftone cells produced per inch when printing images in grayscale or color separation mode. Screen lineature (also called screen frequency) is measured in lines per inch (lpi), that is, lines of cells per inch in a halftone screen. The higher the resolution of the output device, the higher (fine) the apparent frequency of the raster.

The relationship between image resolution and screen lineature determines the quality of detail in the printed image.

To obtain the highest quality halftone image, an image whose resolution is one and a half or even two times greater than the screen lineature is usually used.

But for some images and output devices, a lower resolution can give good results. To determine your printer’s screen size, you must consult your printer’s documentation or your service provider.

Some 600 dpi photo output devices and laser printers use screen technologies other than half-toning. If you are printing an image from such a device, check with your service provider or printer documentation for guidance on selecting the image resolution.

Examples of screen lineature

A. 65 lpi: Coarse grain typically used for newsletters and grocery coupons B. 85 lpi: Medium grain used for newspaper printing C. 133 lpi: Fine grain typically used for four-color magazine printing D. 177 lpi: very fine grain typically used for annual reports and art books

If you plan to print an image using a halftone screen, the range of suitable image resolutions depends on the screen lineature of the output device. Photoshop can determine the recommended image resolution based on the raster lineage of the output device.

If the image resolution is more than 2.5 times the raster frequency, a warning message will appear when you try to print the image. This means that the image resolution is higher than what is required for printing on this printer. Save a copy of the file and then lower the resolution.

  1. Choose Image > Image Size.
  2. In the “Raster” field, enter the raster lineature of the output device. If necessary, select a different unit of measurement.

    Please note that the screen lineature value is used only to calculate the image resolution and does not determine the screen lineature for printing.

  3. In the “Quality” field, you can select the following options:

    Resolution is equal to the raster lineature (not lower than 72 pixels per inch).

    The resolution is 1.5 times the screen lineature.

    The resolution is 2 times the screen lineature.

  1. Do one of the following.
    • Select View > Print Size.
    • Select the Hand Tool or the Scale Tool, and then click the Stamp Size button in the Options bar.

    The screen image size will approximately correspond to the print size specified in the Document Size field in the Image Size dialog box. The size of the print on the screen depends on the size and resolution of the monitor.

    The Print Size command is not available in the Creative Cloud version.

Resampling changes the amount of image data when changing its pixel dimensions or resolution. When downsampling (reducing the number of pixels), the image loses some information.

When resampling (increasing the number of pixels or increasing the resolution), new pixels are added. The interpolation method determines how pixels are removed or added.

Pixel resampling

A. Downsampling B. No change C. Resampling (selected pixels are displayed for each set of images)

Please be aware that resampling may result in reduced image quality. For example, resampling an image to a larger pixel size reduces its detail and sharpness. Applying the Unsharp Mask filter to a resampled image can sharpen details in the image.

You can avoid resampling by scanning or creating images with a sufficiently high resolution. To view the results of resizing in pixels or printing proofs at different resolutions, resample a duplicate of the original file.

Photoshop resamples an image using interpolation techniques
, assigning color values ​​to new pixels based on the color values ​​of existing pixels. The method to use can be selected in the Image Size dialog box.

A fast but less accurate method that follows the pixels of an image. This technique is used in illustrations that contain unsmoothed edges to maintain crisp edges and create a smaller file size. However, this method can create jagged edges that become noticeable when you distort or scale the image, or perform many selection operations.

This method adds new pixels by calculating the average color value of the surrounding pixels. It produces results of average quality.

A slower but more accurate method based on analyzing the color values ​​of surrounding pixels. By using more complex calculations, bicubic interpolation produces smoother color transitions than neighbor interpolation or bilinear interpolation.

A good method for reducing image size based on bicubic interpolation with increased sharpness. This method allows you to preserve the details of the resampled image. If Bicubic Sharper interpolation makes some areas of the image too sharp, try using Bicubic Interpolation.

You can specify the default interpolation method to use when resampling image data in Photoshop. Choose Edit > Preferences > General (Windows) or Photoshop > Preferences > General (Mac OS), and then choose a method from the Image Interpolation menu.

Changing the pixel dimensions of an image affects not only its size on the screen, but also the quality of the image on screen and when printed, that is, the print size or image resolution.

  1. Choose Image > Image Size.
  2. To save the current ratio between height and width in pixels, select “Save Aspect Ratio.” This function automatically changes the width when the height changes and vice versa.
  3. In the Dimension fields, enter values ​​for width and height.

    To enter values ​​as a percentage of the current dimensions, select percentage as the unit of measurement. The new image file size appears at the top of the Image Size dialog box (the old size appears in parentheses).

  4. Make sure Interpolation is selected and select the interpolation method.
  5. If your image contains layers with styles applied to it, select Scale Styles to scale the effect of the styles on the resized image. This feature is only available if Maintain Proportions is selected.
  6. When finished changing the settings, click the “OK” button.

    For best results when creating a smaller image, downsample and then apply the Unsharp Mask filter. To create a larger image, rescan the image at a higher resolution.

When preparing an image for printing, it is useful to set the image size by specifying the print dimensions and image resolution. These two parameters, called document size, determine the total number of pixels and therefore the file size of the image.

The document size also determines the base size of the image when placed in another application.

You can control the print size using the Print command, but changes made by the Print command will only affect the printed image—the image file size will not change.

If resampling is used for a given image, you can change the print size and resolution independently of each other (thereby changing the total number of pixels in the image).

If resampling is turned off, you can change either the image size or resolution – Photoshop will automatically change the remaining value, maintaining the total number of pixels.

In general, to obtain the highest quality print, you should first change the dimensions and resolution without resampling. Only then, if necessary, can resampling be performed.

  1. Choose Image > Image Size.
  2. Change the pixel dimensions, image resolution, or both.
    • To change only the print dimensions, or just the dimension and proportionally change the total number of pixels in the image, select Interpolation, and then select an interpolation method.
    • To change the print size and resolution without changing the total number of pixels in the image, do not select Interpolation.
  3. To save the current ratio between the height and width of the image, select the “Save proportions” option. This function automatically changes the width when the height changes and vice versa.
  4. In the Print Size field, enter the new height and width values. If necessary, select a new unit of measurement. Note that the Width field in the Columns feature uses the width and spacing between columns specified in the Units and Rulers settings.
  5. Enter a new value in the Resolution field. If necessary, select a new unit of measurement.

    To restore the values ​​in the Image Size dialog box to their original values, Alt-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac OS) the Restore button.

The file size depends on the pixel resolution of the image and the number of layers it contains.

Objects with more pixels produce better print quality, but take up more disk space and require more processing and printing time.

Image file size information is displayed at the bottom of the application window.

More cameras

The front cameras are no different: everything is the same, still the same 12 megapixels with the same aperture. Therefore, we immediately move on to other modules.

Both phones received a matrix-shift stabilization system, like the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Moreover, last year only this iPhone had it; the younger iPhone 12 Pro did not have it. Now this type of stabilization has reached the “basic” model – it appeared in both the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro.

Despite the similar resolution, all modules are 12 megapixels, but the iPhones 13 and 13 Pro have different cameras. The iPhone 13 Pro has better aperture and also has telezoom. In addition, the iPhone 13 Pro can shoot macro, but the iPhone 13 is not trained for this. But don’t forget that the new iPhones have a wide-angle camera with autofocus, so you can try shooting macro with it. True, in this case you will have to bring objects closer using digital zoom, sacrificing quality.

As for everyday use, in most situations the difference between the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro when shooting with the main camera is very difficult to notice. This applies to both shots taken in excellent daylight and shots taken in poor light.

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iPhone 13 left, iPhone 13 Pro right

Let’s move on to the wide-angle. It is definitely better on the iPhone 13 Pro: the optics are brighter, and as soon as problems with lighting begin, the iPhone 13 loses ground. If you don’t enlarge the pictures, the difference is barely noticeable in the miniature:

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iPhone 13 left, iPhone 13 Pro right

But when you take a photo and then enlarge it, the difference immediately catches your eye:

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iPhone 13 left, iPhone 13 Pro right

Don’t forget that there is a night mode for the wide angle, so let’s turn it on. In this case, the picture is noticeably clearer, there is less noise, and at the same time it becomes brighter. Moreover, evaluate the difference in shutter speed: if the iPhone 13 requires three seconds to hold the phone motionless, then for the iPhone 13 Pro two are enough.

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iPhone 13 left, iPhone 13 Pro right

Another feature of the iPhone 13 Pro is 3x optical zoom. Moreover, while I was making this comparison, my attitude towards zoom changed dramatically. When I first got my hands on the iPhone 13 Pro, the camera worked strangely when zooming in. The main module was launched and digital zoom was used, rather than “dark” optics.

The other day iOS 15.1 was released, Apple did not advertise the fix for the problem, but in practice I clearly felt the differences. So now the zoom lens works as it should. I note that in terms of aperture, it is even inferior to last year’s iPhone 12 Pro: f/2.8 versus f/2.4.

However, there is a 3x zoom rather than a 2x zoom, so more space is required for shooting indoor portraits if you want to use this mode in a room. But we got a focal length of 77 mm – this is close to 85 mm, so beloved by photographers when shooting portraits.

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iPhone 13 left, iPhone 13 Pro right

For Pro models, shooting in Apple ProRAW and Apple ProRes formats is available: photos and videos will be in the highest possible quality, there will be more opportunities for high-quality processing in editors. However, there is a limitation: shooting in 4K and 30 frames per second is not available on the iPhone 13 Pro with 128 GB of memory. To do this, you need to buy models with increased volume.

Are you feeling lighter or heavier?

From the front, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro cannot be distinguished at all – the phones are the same sizes with identical diagonals. If you look from the side or behind, there will be more differences. Different body colors, as well as a different number of camera modules – here you can’t confuse Pro from non-Pro even if you wanted to.

When you take the phone in your hand, the sensations are completely different. If the iPhone 13 Pro can be called massive and heavy, then the iPhone 13, on the contrary, is light. The difference between them of 30 grams seems insignificant, but in practice it turns out to be very significant.

The side surfaces of the iPhone 13 are made of aluminum, but the iPhone 13 Pro has a steel frame. In practice, this is expressed not only in different sensations from the phone in the hand, but also in how the phones get dirty. Shiny steel is more easily soiled, while aluminum does not pick up fingerprints. But if you carry your phone in a case, you won’t notice any difference.

For the iPhone 13 Pro, there are four colors to choose from, and for the iPhone 13 the palette is slightly larger, with five colors. Of course, the Pro series sets the trend this season: Apple relied on the soft blue color Sierra Blue. It looks different in person: the color is not bright, calm, depending on the lighting it can be either gray or blue. Is the new shade beautiful? It’s unlikely to be remembered like the legendary Jet Black, but it’ll do for a change.

Both models are protected from moisture according to IP68 and can stay at a depth of up to six meters for half an hour.

The main differences between iPhone 13 and 12

When comparing iPhones 12 and 13, you can see a lot in common between them. The smartphones have identical 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR displays with an OLED screen that has a resolution of 2532×1170 pixels. The difference is that the new flagship has a higher standard screen brightness – 800 nits versus 628 nits in the previous version (28% higher). The peak remained at the same level – 1200 nits. This will be useful when using your smartphone under bright sun.

The most important differences:

  • “Bang”. Due to changes in the size of the module, Face ID has become a little longer and not so wide (judging by the reviews, many were waiting for this).

  • RAM. The iPhone 13 uses faster memory – LPDDR5 instead of LPDDR4X. In standby mode, consumption is 40; less energy, and during active work – by 10%. Simply put, the smartphone will discharge almost 2 times slower. At least that’s what the numbers say.

  • Memory size. The i Phone 12 starts at 64GB and maxes out at 256GB. At the same time, the 13th version is available in 128-512 GB versions.

  • eSim support. In the new generation there are 2 of them instead of one. If earlier it was possible to install one physical SIM card and one eSim, now – one physical and 2 eSim. Travelers will appreciate this, since it will be convenient for them to use both personal and work numbers.

  • Battery capacity. It became larger, which added 2.5 hours to battery life. This will be noticeable when listening to audio, watching video, working with a network connection and when streaming.

Change photo size in centimeters for printing taking into account dpi online – img online

Processing JPEG photos online.

The main thing is to indicate the photo on your computer or phone, enter the desired size in centimeters, millimeters or inches, click OK at the bottom of the page, wait a couple of seconds and download the finished result. The rest of the settings are set to default. On this site you can also change the size in: pixels
, megapixels
, percent
, megabytes
, increase
small picture, and also pre-crop
or rotate
taking into account Exif.

The photo will be resized to the specified size in centimeters (millimeters, inches), as well as the specified DPI size, according to paper printing standards. Dimensions in cm, mm and inches can be specified with an accuracy of thousandths, for example, instead of the 15×10 format, you can set 15.201×10.203 cm.

Table with standard photo sizes in vertical (portrait) position:

Standard paper size A4
– 21×29.7 cm or 2480×3508 pixels at 300 dpi. Dimensions of other sheet formats can be seen on page on Wikipedia
, but just remember that the dimensions are listed there in millimeters and inches, i.e. In the settings on this page you need to select the appropriate value.

If you need to resize a photo without taking into account DPI (dots per inch), that is, only respecting the proportions of the specified format, then to do this you need to set the “Size in DPI” parameter to “0” in the settings.

The original image is not changed in any way. You will be provided with another processed image.


The iPhone 13 Pro has even more dramatic camera changes, with the exception of the front camera, which remains the same. First of all, they have become more photosensitive, because the company has updated each module on the back wall.

The gadget has three 12-megapixel cameras:

● wide-angle with f/1.5;

● with ultra-wide angle f/1.8;

● f/2.8 telephoto lens with 3x zoom.

The first 2 cameras get a wider aperture: f/1.5 and f/1.8 versus f/1.6 and f/2.4 in the 12 Pro. The lower the value, the better, as more light reaches the camera sensor. This allows you to take better (brighter, clearer) photos in low light. Apple itself states that low-light performance should be 2.2 times better.

A telephoto lens, designed to take close-up shots, logically has a noticeably lower aperture ratio. The iPhone 13 Pro has f/2.8. This is less than in the 12 Pro version (f/2.0), but is not a disadvantage, because the zoom provides 3x zoom, which means it has more lenses, each of which slightly reduces the light transmission.

When comparing iPhones 12 Pro and 13, users noticed that the small one received the same camera as the big one, i.e. Pro Max. In the previous generation, versions 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max had different cameras. Because of this, those who cared about the highest quality of shooting had to agree to a larger screen size.

Review of popular photo formats for printing

There are generally accepted international ISO formats that define standard sizes for photographic paper. However, terms such as A3, A4, Whatman paper, etc. have become more familiar to us. The aspect ratio of the main photo formats is similar to the matrices of modern digital cameras and is 1: 1.5 (2/3) or 1: 1.33 (3/4), and standard international paper sizes are 1: 1.4142.

We invite you to familiarize yourself with the table, which shows the main photo formats for printing.

Основные форматы фото для печати

Let’s take a closer look at the main options and compare them with standard ISO formats.

Соотношение формата A4 и фото 10х15

One of the most popular photo formats for printing is 10×15. It differs from the standard A6 in that it is 2 mm smaller on one side and 5 mm larger on the other. This is perhaps the most common format and is suitable for almost all photo albums and frames. The photo shows how the 10×15 image compares to A4 photo paper.

Соотношение формата A4 и фото 15х21

An equally popular photo size for printing is 15×21. The photo is slightly larger than A5. The difference is very small: on one side the difference is 5 mm, on the other – 1 mm. Vertical photographs are ideal for creating portraits.

Соотношение формата A4 и фото 20х30

The photo format for printing 20×30 is close to A4, the difference is that on one side the image is 6 mm smaller, on the other – 9 mm larger. The peculiarity of photographs of this size is high detail and clarity. That is why images are often used to create posters, which are an excellent interior decoration.

Соотношение формата A3 и фото 30х40

Using a 30×40 photo for printing is an excellent option for creating a highly artistic wall composition. The difference between the format and A3 is that on one side and the other the image is larger by 9 mm and 1 mm, respectively. Photographs are often placed in a wooden frame or stretched on a stretcher.

Соотношение формата A3 и фото 30х45

Photo format for printing 30×45 is one of the favorites among users of the Mimigram application. This size is ideal for making posters
. The printed images are incredibly clear and colorful. That is why posters are often used to organize photo exhibitions. The format is slightly larger than standard A3.

Let’s sort everything out

Before you start printing photos, you need to learn the basic concepts to truly create a masterpiece. Digital printing will bring a lot of joy, if you consider not only the size in millimeters, but also in pixels:

  1. Pixels.
    Everyone has heard about pixels, but most cannot even imagine what they are. Pixels mean the totality of colors shown in a photograph. An image consists of pixels – small colored dots that together determine not only the color of the picture, but also its quality.

Raster dots (pixels are located throughout the image). The quality of the photo depends on their quantity. The more raster dots, the clearer the image will be. Of course, it is impossible to see the pixels without magnification. Looking at the picture we see the overall image. In fact, it is a huge number of small dots of different colors.

Not only a photograph is made of pixels, but also other images that we encounter every day. The screen of a TV, telephone, or video camera reproduces images using pixels.

If you think that pixels are a variety of different colors, then you are deeply mistaken. In fact, only a few colors are enough to perceive an image; these are mainly red, green and blue. Connecting with each other, they ultimately produce the desired color of the image.

  1. Linear size.
    We’ve sorted out the pixels, now it’s worth paying attention to the size
    in millimeters. Here you need to know certain rules in order to ultimately achieve high quality photos. Print size also depends on the number of pixels.

If you choose the wrong ratio, the photo will turn out blurry, blurry, stretched, ruining all the intended actions. You shouldn’t print your photos right away; you can always correct them and make sure that you have chosen the right option and selected the correct sizes.

Photo paper comes in a specific standard, and incorrect fitting can ruin the final result. If the proportions of the paper do not match the linear size, you will not get a high-quality image. As a result, you will have to do everything again, but this is a waste of time and money.

  1. DPI.
    A very important indicator affecting the printing of images and their quality. The abbreviation means the number of dots (pixels per inch). The more so-called points, the better and better the photo. Not only the quality, but also the print format for photographs depends on the DPI indicator.

To get a high-quality photo after printing, you need at least 300 DPI. Please note that many people make the mistake when finalizing a photo by stretching the photo to convert the original to a larger size.

In this case, quality is lost until there is no image. If a photographer wants to recreate the largest possible image and make a whole large picture out of it, he must initially set the desired option on the camera.

Photo size chart for printing. standard photo sizes. Photo size table. centimeters (cm), inches, pixels in 300dpi resolution. – tables

Table of photo sizes for printing. Standard photo sizes. Photo size chart. Centimeters (cm), inches, pixels in 300dpi resolution.

The colors indicate the main = most common sizes.

Table of photo sizes for printing. Standard photo sizes. Photo size chart. Centimeters (cm), inches, pixels in 300dpi resolution.
Standard Size in inches Photo paper actually, mm Pixels at 300 dpi
9×13 3,543 x 5,117 89×127 1063×1535
10×15 3.937 x 5.907 10.2×15.2 1181×1772
13×18 5,117 x 7,087 12.7×17.8 1535×2126
15×20 5,907 x 7,873 15.2×20.3 1772×2362
15×21 5,907 x 8,267 15.2×21.6 1772×2480
15×22 5.907 x 8.66 15.2×22.8 1772×2598
15×30 5.907 x 11.81 15.2×30.0 1772×3543
15×38 5.907 x 14.96 15.2×38.1 1772×4488
15×45 5,907 x 17,717 15.2×45.7 1772×5315
18×24 7.087 x 9.45 17.8×24.0 2126×2835
18×25 7,087 x 9,843 17.8×25.4 2126×2953
20×25 7.873 x 9.843 20.3×25.4 2362×2953
20×30 7.873 x 11.81 20.3×30.5 2953×3543
25×38 9.843 x 14.96 25.4×38.1 3543×4488
30×40 11.81 x 15.747 30.5×40.6 3543×4724
30×45 11.81 x 17.717 30.5×45.7 3543×5315
30×90 11.81 x 35.433 30.5×91.4 3543×10630

Comparison table between iPhone 13 and 12

For ease of comparison, we have combined all versions of iPhones 13 and 12 into one table. Here you can easily see the difference between the flagships in question, including the differences between iPhone 13 and 12 Pro. This will help you quickly make a choice and buy a flagship with suitable characteristics.



iPhone 13

iPhone 12

iPhone 13 Pro

iPhone 12 Pro

iPhone 13 Pro Max

iPhone 12 Pro Max

Available memory capacity, GB

128, 256, 512

64, 128, 256

128, 256, 512, 1000 (1 TB)

128, 256, 512

128, 256, 512, 1000 (1 TB)

128, 256, 512








Front camera

12 MP TrueDepth (f/2.2)

12 MP TrueDepth (f/2.2)

12 MP TrueDepth (f/2.2)

12 MP TrueDepth (f/2.2)

12 MP TrueDepth (f/2.2)

12 MP TrueDepth (f/2.2)

Main cameras

12 MP main f/1.6;

12 MP ultra-wide-angle f/2.4.

12 MP main f/1.6;

16 MP ultra-wide-angle f/2.4.

12 MP wide-angle f/1.5;

12 MP ultra-wide-angle f/1.8;

12 MP f/2.8 telephoto lens with 3x zoom.

12 MP wide-angle f/1.6;

12 MP ultra-wide-angle f/2.4;

12 MP f/2.0 telephoto lens with 2x zoom.

12 MP wide-angle f/1.5;

12 MP ultra-wide-angle f/1.8;

12 MP f/2.8 telephoto lens with 3x zoom.

12 MP wide-angle f/1.6;

12 MP ultra-wide-angle f/2.4;

12 MP f/2.0 telephoto lens with 2.5x zoom.

Screen diagonal, inch







Screen resolution







Screen brightness, nits



Dimensions, mm






Battery capacity, mAh







ProMotion 120Hz mode

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Weight, g 173 162



238 226

Protection class





Available colors

· Red Blue,

· pink.

· violet,

· blue,

· green,

· black.

· silver,

· golden,

· dark gray (graphite).

“Pacific Blue”

· dark gray (graphite).

· silver,

· golden,

· dark gray (graphite).

“Pacific Blue”

· golden,

· dark gray (graphite).

If you are faced with choosing a top-end iPhone, then obviously you need to take the flagship from the new line? Those who were going to wait for the prices of the 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max to drop don’t have much to hope for. As experts say, these models will simply disappear from sales. Therefore, it is better to purchase this option right now.

In our PiterGSM store you can pre-order and buy all the new products offered by Apple. Buy iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max at great prices!

The a15 bionic chip is more powerful than all previous models, but the iPhone 13 cannot show it

The advertisement says that the speed of the new processor is higher than that of other devices. But a smartphone simply can’t harness all the power available to it on a regular basis, so there’s no point in flexing its muscles.

Most users need their phone for communication, taking photos, taking quick notes, relatively undemanding games and other similar tasks. And any iPhone two or three years ago can handle all this without any brakes. And if we ignore photography, then any modern smartphone in general.

The iPhone 13 Pro models at least have a display with a frequency of up to 120 Hz – movement on the screen has become smoother. But in the basic version, the display is the same as the iPhone 12, just a little brighter.

iPhone 12 and 13 handle games equally well, heat up equally under load, applications launch equally quickly – in general, you won’t notice any differences with the naked eye.

iPhone 13 is slightly heavier than last year’s model due to the battery and camera

In some ways, the A15 Bionic still turned out to be useful. With the same load, the iPhone 13 “lives” 1.5-2 hours longer than its predecessor, thanks to more economical energy consumption and a slightly larger battery. It might not seem like much, but in reality there is a difference between reaching for a charger at the end of the working day and calmly getting home and plugging into an outlet already there.

In this regard, the base model is better than last year, but there are also more durable iPhones: 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max show even better results.



· “Starlight”


· red,

· white,

· sky blue;

· silver,

· golden,

· sky blue;

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