Apple co-founder complains about iPhone 13 and netizens call the truth | XFastest News

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On September 15th, Apple’s iPhone 13 series was officially released. As Apple’s flagship of the year, the iPhone 13 was launched.That detonated a wave of machine replacements, and continued to lead the way in the high-end field.

However, many people complained that in recent years, Apple’s performance is more like squeezing toothpaste. There are not many innovative applications and designs. Even the difference between previous generations of mobile phones is becoming less and less obvious. Even the co-founders of Apple can’t stand it anymore.

According to foreign media reports, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said recently that he found that the iPhone 13 is almost the same as the previous version.

Steve Wozniak said: “I got the new iPhone, I really can’t tell the difference.” “The software should also be applicable to the old iPhone.”

In fact, what Steve Wozniak said is true, and many netizens also say it is true. The overall design of the iPhone 13 series has hardly changed. In terms of appearance and lens layout, the iPhone 13 has not changed much.

According to official information, the width of the iPhone 13’s bangs is reduced by 20% compared to the previous model. The rear lens module has changed from the top and bottom arrangement of the iPhone 12 to a diagonal arrangement, but the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are still a three-lens combination, so there is no change in the arrangement.

As for the chip and high update rate, they are also the highlights of the iPhone 13. However, for users of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 series, there seems to be no urgency to upgrade to the iPhone 13 series, because there will not be much difference in daily experience.

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