If you are one of those iPhone owners out there waiting for the official release of the iPhone, then you’ve probably been asking yourself, is the iPhone 13 just the same as the iPhone 8? That question has haunted many a gadget fan, and today we will answer your need to know. While it might not have been on my mind when I was looking at the iPhone and its smaller siblings, but it does play a big role in the performance and design of the iPhone. You see, the iPhone has a smaller form factor, but it also features the most powerful processor on the planet. What this means to you and me is that we can expect better graphics, enhanced user experience, and overall better performance from the new iPhone.
This is where the iPhone’s dock connector comes into play. The iPhone uses a standard-sized USB cable to connect with the iPhone 13 charger, and while this may seem simple, it actually isn’t. For one thing, the iPhone relies on the power provided by the dock connector for the headphones to work, and unfortunately, the connector doesn’t support the high-speed transfer of data. Since this is the case, your only option is to charge via the wall outlet or the USB port on your laptop.
While the iPhone isn’t actually smaller in height, it is lighter than the iPhone 8. While the 8 is heavier and has a bigger screen, it also has longer battery life. Due to the way the iPhone uses the USB connector, you can expect the same kind of performance between the iPhone 13 charger, and in some cases better. When is the iPhone 13 going to come out, and how much faster will it be compared to the iPhone 8?