Poll: Did You Buy the New iPhone?

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Pre-orders for the new iPhone 13 lineup are now available starting at just $699. All new models feature a bright LTPO display, a smaller Face ID notch, and tons of other cool features. So, have you ordered your iPhone 13 yet? Which model did you buy? Are you a hater? We want to know.

Answer our latest poll to tell us if you bought the new iPhone 13. This poll should give us an idea of which device is more popular—the standard iPhone 13 with its affordable price tag and smaller notch, or the crazy iPhone 13 Pro with its buttery-smooth 120Hz refresh rate and fancy telephoto lens. You may need to join our Gadget Talk Facebook group to participate in this poll.

What say you, RG Fam? PS – If you can't vote, make sure to join the Gadget Talk group!

Posted by Review Geek on Friday, September 17, 2021

Still on the fence about the iPhone 13? Check out all the phone’s new features, plus features that are exclusive to the 13 Pro and Pro Max.

Looking for pre-order deals? Apple is offering up to $750 off the iPhone 13 with an eligible trade-in, carriers are giving free iPhone 13s to select customers, and Best Buy is cutting $100 off all iPhone 13 orders until the phones launch on September 24th.

iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini

Starting at $699, the new iPhone 13 and 13 Mini feature new LTPO displays, longer battery lives, a new Cinematic video mode, and smaller Face ID notches. Pre-orders are now available and phones start arriving September 24th.

iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max

Starting at $999, the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max feature buttery-smooth 120Hz displays, smaller notches, enhanced ProRes video support, and an upgraded telephoto lens that doubles as a macro camera. Pre-orders are now open, and Apple starts shipping the phones September 24th.

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