NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — The wait is over for iPhone fans.
Apple unveiled the latest versions of its iPhone 13 during its September keynote address on Tuesday.
The iPhone 13 will be available for pre-sale on Friday and for purchase starting Sept. 24 at $699, with mobile carriers offering up to $700 for qualifying trade-ins. The iPhone Pro will start at $999 and the Pro Max starts at $1,099.
The new iPhone will feature a A15 Bionic chip that the California company promises will automatically detect when the phone's camera is pointed at text as well as a Cinematic mode that automatically focuses the camera while taking videos.
Apple said the iPhone 13 will also feature a new "Super Retina XDR display" with 1000 nits of peak outdoor brightness, 5G, a better battery life than previous versions and will come in five colors.
Apple also announced new updates and features to its latest Apple Watch Series 7, the company's updated iPad Mini and more.