Apple Event: Apple Supports Climate Change with iPhone 13 Design
Yesterday, 14th September 2021, Apple released their much anticipated iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, and other smart devices.
The tech giant has always dominated the industry with illuminating design features but with the environment in mind this time around. The surface of the plush design of the new iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max is made from upcycled plastic water bottles.
Climate change advocacy has heightened in recent times with the uneven environmental pattern across the globe. Individuals and organisations all over the world are fighting a common goal to save the planet.
The continued effort to protect our world has been challenging, but we should applaud brands like Apple when they embed this plan into a product like the iPhone.
The design team of iPhone 13 and 13 Pro has portrayed an enviable concern for the people in the world, and other tech giants should replicate this.
The Apple Event sold brilliant features such as the A15 Bionic chip with the new 5 core GPU. The macro photography in the ultra-wide camera can magnify subjects at a minimum distance of 2 centimetres with autofocus and longer battery life.
Apple boasts of the cinematic mode using the ultra-wide camera.
This would be one I would love to explore for my event coverage. Features of this device allow users to have best in class performance, best in camera experience, great durability, larger display, and incredible design according to Apple.
Price of iPhone 13 & iPhone 13 Pro in Ghana
Prices of the new iPhone 13 starts at GHS 4,799.00 ($799.00) and GHS 4,199.21 ($699) for the 13 mini. The iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max cost GHS 6,001.45 ($999.00) and Ghc 6,602.19 ($1,099) respectively. However, be ready to pay a bit more if you are buying from a retailer here in Ghana.
Now available to pre-order, you can share your user experience with us when you grab one.