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Screen Brightness Test: iPhone 13 vs. iPhone 12

According to a performance review of iPhone 13 vs. iPhone 12, done by iClarified, the iPhone 13 performed way better than the iPhone 12. To perform the test mentioned above, the team disabled the auto-brightness options on both phones and also disabled True Tone in IOS. The purpose of this test was to make sure which iPhone has better brightness.

According to the result, the iPhone 13 performance was more satisfying than the iPhone 12. At the same time, the peak measured brightness was recorded as 894 nits (cd/m2). The team measured the iPhone 12 at 681 nits. For general reference, it is worth mentioning here that Apple disclosed that iPhone 13 delivers 800 nits max. Typical brightness, while the iPhone 12 gave 600 nits typical brightness.

When it comes to design and display, both phones aren’t much different from one another. There is only one visible exception when we compare both phones, and that is the notch on iPhone 13, which is smaller on every new iPhone model. Generally, the overall look of both phones is similar, and both phones are flat-edged, and their ceramic shield encompasses excellent durability.

The newest iPhones weigh more than the older ones because they are packed with bigger batteries, and there are many exciting color options. The display options are where the iPhone has put more work, and the company has done significant changes from the iPhone 12. Apple used AMOLED panels in the new iPhone lineup, and that is why they promise better displays than the others. The screens of new iPhones are 28% brighter than the older versions and can produce 800-nits of brightness, while the Pro models can produce up to 1000-nits, which is huge.

While testing, the company recorded 894 nits (cd/m2) brightness for the iPhone 13, which is far better than that of the iPhone 12

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