iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max a unique models.

iPhone 13 Pro
 iPhone 13 Pro 

Apparently, a unique iPhone 13 Pro model.

The Russian company, which often works on luxury models, has made it clear that the new cell phone comes in a rich, titanium-built body. The back of the iPhone is engraved with various parts, including the SIM card slot. The Apple logo appears as part of the basic iPhone set for 2007. Despite the "known Macintosh" Apple logo that is affixed to the motherboard for the iPhone 2G from 2007, the new restricted version has a darker strap down the back that features Steve Jobs' logo.

This special edition contains only 19 copies
This special edition contains only 19 copies

In this uncommon version.

Caviar figured out how to get 19 partitions out of a single motherboard, so this uncommon version is limited to just 19 duplicates.
In terms of specialized angles, there are no discrepancies between the Caviar Special Edition and the now-accessible Apple iPhone 13 Pro mobile phone standard, however, it is accepted that neither the remote charging capacity nor the MagSafe capacity will be available due to the titanium buttstock. Caviar has announced the sending of the uncommon version at a cost of 6,280 euros for the iPhone 13 Pro with a memory capacity of 128 GB, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max with a maximum of 1 TB at a cost of 7740 euros for this version.

What's New in iPhone 13 Pro?

  1.  This phone will have a brand new design with thinner bezels and rounded corners.
  2.  The screen will be 15% bigger than previous iPhones and will have very high resolution.
  3. The phone is going to be powered by Apple's new A13 processor. 10x faster than a 7 series processor! This means that your apps will quit instantly and your phone will run super smooth.
  4. We don't have too many details about the camera, but it's a new triple-lens Pro camera system with an optical zoom. It will also feature Nighttime mode for capturing better photos in low light conditions.
  5.  It will have WiFi 6, a new encrypted wireless network that works up to 3X faster than Bluetooth.
  6.  It will come with Apple's new A12 chip that uses its own fusion technology to improve the speed of its 2nd and 3rd generation graphics cores. This is why iPhone 11 Pro can play games with high resolution and framerate!
  7. You will be able to choose how long the battery lasts (10 hours, 12 hours, or 15 hours). 
  8. The phone will come with a new glass back, which has a built-in wireless charging system.
That's amazing! That means you can decide when you want your phone charged and peace of mind for even less money!
Are we ready for such a daily device? I don't know about you but I am.

About Apple

The company's best-known products are the iPhone line of smartphones; the iPad tablet computer; the Mac personal computing series containing laptops and desktops; iPod portable media players; Apple Watch smartwatches; and its software operating system OS X and iOS. Its online services include iCloud, iTunes Store, Apple Music, and App Store. Apple's hardware products have been praised for their aesthetic design and functionality while receiving criticism for being overpriced.
Apple also sells other electronics, including the Apple Watch, HomePod, and an accessory-focused iPod line. It has been a highly successful company, becoming the world's largest corporation by revenue in 2011 and entering the top ten most valuable companies in the world in 2015 and again in 2018. It ranks 136th on the Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by revenue and ninth on the Fortune Global 500 list of the world's largest companies.
Jobs, who previously co-founded and sold Hewlett-Packard (HP) to Compaq, was hired by PepsiCo chairman and CEO John Sculley in the mid-1980s to lead Apple's Macintosh division. He took many of Apple's non-computer employees with him from HP to help him build a new computer. Apple incorporated in 1977, as Jobs recruited Wozniak and Wayne to join him. Sculley turned down Jobs's offer, but later accepted a $1 salary and stock options in lieu of a larger stake at the request of major Apple shareholders, among them ex-CEO Mike Markkula.

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