iPhone 13 goes on sale

Last week, Apple officially unveiled the iPhone 13 line of smartphones and also opened up pre-orders in many countries around the world. In Russia, accepting pre-orders started on September 22, and today new smartphones are going on sale all over the world. For example, in China, sales have already started, and in Russia, they will open in a few hours.

The iPhone 13 series has become a hit in the Chinese market with over 5 million pre-orders. In this case, we are talking only about orders that have been collected by third-party e-commerce platforms. More than three million of them were made through JD.com alone. This does not include pre-orders placed on the official Apple website in China.

The iPhone 13 mini was priced at $ 700 in the US, while the basic version of the iPhone 13 costs $ 100 more. These versions are available with 128, 256, and 512 GB of storage. In Russia, they ask for the iPhone 13 mini from 70 to 100 thousand rubles and the iPhone 13 costs from 80 to 110 thousand rubles. In the US, the iPhone 13 Pro starts at $ 1,000, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max starts at $ 1,100. Available storage options are 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB. In Russia, the iPhone 13 Pro costs from 100 to 150 thousand rubles, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max was estimated at 110-160 thousand rubles.

Now, when placing an order for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max in Russia, a waiting period of 5-6 weeks is indicated, that is, some will have to wait for smartphones until November. Older models are very popular - they account for about 50% of orders.

As it turned out, the cameras of the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max are exactly the same, while last year's smartphones were different in this regard. The difference between the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max is only in the size of the screens and batteries. 

Analyst Horace Dediu claims the iPhone 13 is "the most important iPhone in history," and he also posted a very interesting chart that shows price trends for all Apple smartphone models released since 2007. 

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