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iPhone 14 or iPhone 13 - Which is better to buy in 2022?

iPhone 14 or iPhone 13 - Which is better to buy in 2022?

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Even though Apple has not confirmed anything specific about the iPhone 14 series, rumours and leaks have revealed almost all important details about the upcoming iPhone series. Apple fans are eagerly awaiting the iPhone 14, but the question is whether the upcoming iPhone is worth the wait or one should go and buy the iPhone 13? let us try to answer this question in this article.

Consumers in India are increasingly migrating to the iOS ecosystem, owing to the competitive pricing of iPhone models in the country. Apple has partnered with various e-commerce and financial platforms in India to offer iPhones at a lower price.

The iPhone 13, released last year, is now considerably cheaper. The 128GB storage model of the iPhone 13 was launched at a retail price of Rs 79,900. The prices for the 256GB and 512GB storage models are Rs 89,900 and Rs 1,09,900, respectively.

The iPhone 13 is available for much less money on various online retail platforms such as Amazon, Flipkart, iStore, and Croma. For example, the iPhone model is available on Amazon for as little as Rs 60,000 including exciting offers.

Should you buy the iPhone 13 or wait for 3 more months?

The iPhone 13 makes perfect sense for the discounted price. The model has a long-lasting battery, a better pair of cameras than the iPhone 12, the most recent software updates, and powerful performance. The iPhone 13 is powered by Apple's latest A15 Bionic chipset and comes with at least 128GB of storage, expandable to 512GB. With the iPhone 13, Apple no longer offers a 64GB storage model, which is a decision that should have been made a long time ago.

The iPhone 13's cameras are also best in class, with one of the most improved sensors of any model to date. It has a dual 12-megapixel sensor on the back panel, as well as an LED flash. The front shooter is positioned inside the wide front notch. In terms of overall camera performance, the iPhone 13 takes stunning photos in almost all lighting conditions, including low-light situations. However, we think the performance of the front sensor could have been improved.

In terms of buying the iPhone 13, the discounted price is great. If you own an older iPhone model, such as the iPhone 7 or iPhone 8, purchasing the iPhone 13 now makes sense. If you can wait a few months, the iPhone 13 will be slightly less expensive when Apple releases the iPhone 14 later this year. That is, after all, the pattern that Apple follows every year. Following the release of the iPhone 13, Apple reduced the price of both the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 11.

iPhone 14 - is it worth waiting or should not wait?

According to the rumours and leaks which have been circulating on the internet, the iPhone 14 can be a minor upgrade to the iPhone 13. Cameras, batteries, and performance are likely to be improved. So, in case you can't wait until September when the iPhone 14 is expected to be released, go for the iPhone 13.

It is a prediction that Apple will introduce four new iPhone 14 models, including the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Max, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. When compared to their predecessors, all four models are expected to have an A16 Bionic chip, iOS 16, and improved battery and camera performance.

The iPhone 14 is predicted to start at $799, which is approximately Rs 62,000. However, due to customs duty and GST, the phone is expected to be slightly more expensive in India.

According to a few rumours, the iPhone 14 might be priced in India similarly to the iPhone 13's release price of Rs 79,900.

iPhone 14 or iPhone 13 - Which is better to buy in 2022?

iPhone 14 or iPhone 13 - Which is better to buy in 2022?

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Google Tests Android Theft Detection Lock Feature

Google Tests Android Theft Detection Lock Feature

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Google is testing new security features, including theft detection lock, remote lock, and offline device lock, first available in Brazil. Users can sign up via a form to participate in the beta testing. The theft detection lock uses sensors and AI to identify and lock a phone if stolen, while the offline device lock cuts off internet access. The remote lock allows users to lock and wipe data remotely. These features aim to prevent unauthorized access, factory resets, and reselling of stolen devices. Google plans a broader rollout and is enhancing security with upcoming features like a private space for Android 15.

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Google's AI-powered Magic Editor, initially exclusive to the Pixel 8 series, is now available on a wider range of Android devices via the Google Photos app. This feature allows users to remove, move, or resize parts of an image. Pixel owners have unlimited access, while other Android users, such as those with Samsung phones, are limited to 10 edits per month without a Google One Premium subscription. The Magic Editor is accessible with Google Photos app version 6.85. Alongside, Google introduces additional editing features like Magic Eraser, Unblur, Portrait Blur, and more, available without monthly limits.

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Samsung Wallet Partners with Paytm for Ticket Bookings in India

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Samsung has teamed up with Paytm to integrate movie and travel ticket booking services into the Samsung Wallet app for Galaxy smartphone users in India. This collaboration enables users to buy and store tickets for events, movies, buses, and flights directly within the app, eliminating the need for additional apps. Samsung is also offering discounts of up to Rs 1,150 on first-time bookings and a referral scheme with Amazon gift vouchers. This new feature positions Samsung Wallet as a competitor to the recently launched Google Wallet app in India, which does not yet offer similar ticket booking capabilities.

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Google Introduces Reverse Phone Number Lookup for Pixel Phones

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Google's June 2024 Pixel Feature Drop includes a new Reverse Phone Number Lookup feature, allowing Pixel users to identify unknown callers directly from their call logs without needing third-party apps like Truecaller. This feature, compatible with Pixel 6 and later models with a Tensor chip, enhances convenience by eliminating the need to copy and paste numbers into search fields or separate apps. While the feature is currently exclusive to Pixel devices, Google has not disclosed any regional limitations or whether it will extend to other Android devices. For non-Pixel users, Truecaller remains a viable option.

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Google Introduces Reverse Phone Number Lookup for Pixel Phones

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iQOO 13 Tipped to Feature Periscope Telephoto Camera, Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor

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The upcoming iQOO 13 is expected to debut with a 3x periscope telephoto camera and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chipset. Unlike previous models, there won't be an iQOO 13 Pro variant. The iQOO 13 will feature a 2K flat display, IP68 rating, and a significant battery upgrade to 6,000mAh with 120W charging. It will also include an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor. The starting price is rumored to be RMB 3,999 (approximately Rs 46,100). This device will succeed the iQOO 12, offering enhanced features and performance.

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