Apple iPhone 13 (128GB) – Midnight

£513.60

  • 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display
  • Cinematic mode adds shallow depth of field and shifts focus automatically in your videos
  • Advanced dual-camera system with 12MP Wide and Ultra Wide cameras; Photographic Styles, Smart HDR 4, Night mode, 4K Dolby Vision HDR recording
  • 12MP TrueDepth front camera with Night mode, 4K Dolby Vision HDR recording
  • A15 Bionic chip for lightning-fast performance
  • Up to 19 hours of video playback
  • Durable design with Ceramic Shield
  • Industry-leading IP68 water resistance
  • 5G capable
  • iOS 15 packs new features to do more with iPhone than ever before
Buy product
SKU: FC6EF3A6 Category: Tag:
Average Rating

4.88

08
( 8 Reviews )
5 Star
87.5%
4 Star
12.5%
3 Star
0%
2 Star
0%
1 Star
0%
Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by Adrian

    Well I have upgraded to 13 as I wanted to upgrade to new model of iPhone and larger memory so far so good

  2. 08

    by SB-B

    Before we start, apologies for the long review, but I hope it’s useful! This is a resubmission of my previous review, as for some reason it has disappeared from Amazon….

    So another year and another iPhone has launched. Now, I have to admit I didn’t intend to buy this year, having had the 12 until now. However having my phone stolen, it had to be replaced.

    This years range is a mild revision over last year but that, in this case, is a good thing! So let’s break it down.

    Design:

    This years design borrows a lot from last years, and I think that’s a positive! Now, I know it’s subjective, but one of the things I like about the angular shaping of the 12 & 13 is that they feel less inclined to slip out of your hand. They feel well weighted, light but not excessively so and the anodised aluminium frame feels great in the hand. They also have the benefit of being more durable than previous models due to stronger glass, but it’s always suggested to use a screen protector.

    As a side note to the design, if you are looking at the 12 cases and wonder if they will fit, I’m afraid to say that they won’t. The camera hump is a slightly different size and has been moved on the back. Just something to be aware of before your new device comes.

    Performance:

    This is a area that I can’t say much about, but that’s not a negative. Apple devices, for better and worse, are always faster, smoother and more fluid than their android counterparts. I still have my first gen iPhone SE in the drawer, which I kept as a back up. It’s still snappy, quick and capable of keeping up with the pace of use, even today, so I expect this device to be no different. Scrolling and app opening/closing is buttery smooth, memory is more than adequate and overall it’s a good showing.

    Battery life:

    This is one of the areas where the 13 family really takes the lead above it’s previous iterations. Compared to my 12, I am getting at least 20% more screen on time per charge, which is very impressive. In addition, charging time appears to have dropped slightly over last years model, hitting 100% from zero about 10 percent faster than last year.

    Cameras:

    Once again, this is a small improvement, but considering the performance ability of the 12’s camera array, we are onto another winner. The main sensor now contains an improved optical image stabilisation system, which now stabilises the whole image sensor and not just the lens. This benefits the user greatly in night shots and if you’re a little shaky when holding the device. The wide angle lens is also a couple of degrees wider than last year. The image processor pulls out more image noise than the 12 too. A solid result.

    Warranty, support and repairs:

    One area that stands ahead of most is in the availability of support and repairs. All Apple stores have the ability to complete basic repairs in store, with more complicated ones done off site, can offer software support on site and can even arrange exchanges and replacements. If your phone develops a fault that’s covered under warranty, pop into store and they can sort it out. AppleCare takes this a step further. Say you crack your screen and you have AppleCare…..book a slot at your local store, pay a small excess of £29 (correct at time of writing) and they will replace your screen while you wait. If it can’t be repaired, a new device will be given to you. No other manufacturer offers this level of personal support without sending your phone off for repair, especially if you want it to be done by an official repair centre.

    Value and competition:

    I am not someone who buys one brand blindly, rather I choose to select each model by its own merits. Android or Apple, I’m open to all. However, at the 13’s price point, I think it’s far better than it’s main competition, which is the Samsung Galaxy S22. It has stronger battery life, better performance, a more premium build, less lenses but better image quality and overall just takes the crown for the middle to upper middle range for the year. I’m very impressed and hope to keep this one for a few years until something really opens my eyes or turns my head.

    So there’s a touch into the key areas of the iPhone 13. I hope this was useful to you. Take care and enjoy your summer!

  3. 08

    by MRS KAREN MALIN

    I never used an iphne before, i bought this for my daughter, but i must say i am amazed, premium quality and feeling, great camera performance, now i understand why people pay a lot for an iphone

  4. 08

    by Melz

    After just six months this phone started running out of juice, I don’t normally notice this for a year or so with iPhones and I bought it rather than the 12 or 14 because it was meant to have better battery life… It is still a great phone though.

  5. 08

    by Steve B

    The phone arrived on time with updated delivery every step of the way. It was in pristine condition, brand new in the original package. The battery life on this is crazy…I am truly loving this upgrade from my previous 8 plus…Happy I made the purchase ☺️

  6. 08

    by yonghybonghybo

    It’s my first iPhone ever, always used an android and I’m very happy so far. Couldn’t afford a newer model but the 13 is still great and the photos taken on it look amazing.

  7. 08

    by SB-B

    I bought this on EMI payments as my old iPhone 5S recently packed up whilst I was involved in the purchase of a house. I needed to spread the cost but also have the full facility of a phone without having to negotiate credit cards, which I didn’t want to get into, or pay massive upfront costs. For sixty quid a month (plus my tiny GiffGaff sim) I have a new phone, which will be all paid in a year. I also got 2T of iCould storage and an external generic hard drive for my old Mac around the same time for about 25 quid. This meant I could ‘start again’ with my Mac, and the endless photos from my travels could be stored safely while I save up for a new Macbook. Meanwhile, this phone has double the storage of my old Macbook. Unlike my old phone, it can perform admin tasks when I’m in quiet moments at work, such as applying for jobs. I’m not meaning to explain phones, it’s just that for me new tech isn’t renewed that often and I had to justify the expense to myself. This phone has already proved itself over the last month. The camera is much better than my old phone, but not quite as flashy as the most recent iPhone. I couldn’t justify an extra 300 quid for a camera, regardless of my professional art needs, that wouldn’t really meet my landscape photography needs. You still can’t fit a mirror inside an iPhone in order to make it perform as well as an SLR. it’s jus tnot physically possible yet to lose that terrible over-size foreground emphasis you get inmost smartphone pics. But for reference photos, portrait photography with friends, and general snaps this camera is good. I have an SLR I will use for landscapes instead, and may upgrade. The joy of a new phone is being able to listen to all the music you couldn’t store on the old one, being able to perform complex functions a less powerful phone can’t deal with, and also being able to indulge all your interests/needs in one place without worrying about space. I prioritised my phone upgrade before my Macbook upgrade for precisely this reason. If you have to choose between which one to upgrade, I’d go with the phone as you can always get cables to link your phone to a projector or tv screen if you’re a student or trying to cut costs in the current economy. I’m amazed at how much I can watch on my unlimited data plan – the only risk is becoming a bit of an internet-addict too quickly. I love a new app called Metronaut too, so useful for musicians, and it’s a relief to be able to indule my passions wihtout fear of freeze or collapse. Whenever I have had problems with this, it just requires a switch-off/switch-on – it’s usually as I’ve had too much activity on my phone (for like, hours) or I just haven’t closed pages. I”m impressed with the low-light picture-taking too – I can instantly update photos to Insta even in difficult light conditions. It means a better-documented moment-to-moment sense of of the World, and memories get stored, isntead of lost in storage collapse and frustration.

  8. 08

    by Marta

    This model iPhone is not available anywhere at this price point as cheap as on Amazon. A well made device as usual from Apple. I had a problem setting up the device initially, but a quick call to Amazon support soon sorted the issue.
    Thanks Amazon for the great price and the support.

Main Menu

Apple iPhone 13 (128GB) - Midnight

£513.60

Add to Cart