The iPhone 13 Professional launch date is right here, these are one of the best UK costs from EE, Three, O2, extra

The iPhone 13 Pro is finally here. The new flagship smartphone, announced during Apple’s “California Streaming” event on September 14th, hit the shelves of high street stores and online retailers starting today. Although Apple and a number of UK networks launched pre-orders last Friday, the first units won’t start arriving in people’s hands until today. You can also reserve and pick up your iPhone 13 Pro in your local Apple Store for the first time.

Today is also the first time you can take and see and hold the new iPhone 13 Pro for yourself. Earlier this week, Express.co.uk released our review of the singing, dancing iPhone, stating that it “does everything we asked for” when compared to its predecessor.

“Sure, the hardware design hasn’t changed from last year, which is a bit of a shame, and like most of us during lockdown, things are a bit harder. But with all of this, there is no question that this is the ultimate. “IPhone and if your wallet can handle the price, it’s hard not to recommend it,” concludes our review.

The iPhone 13 Pro is powered by the lightning-fast A15 Bionic, has a new macro camera for super close-ups, supports Cinematic mode to add a touch of Hollywood to your home videos, has a beautiful 120Hz ProMotion OLED display … and all with a 1.5 hour longer battery life compared to the iPhone 12 Pro. If you’re due an upgrade and you want the ultimate smartphone in Apple’s line-up, there is no question about it.

The iPhone 13 Pro has a 6.1-inch screen, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a larger 6.7-inch display and 2.5 hours of additional battery compared to its predecessor. Apart from that, both models are identical and are offered in Sierra Blue, Gold, Silver and Graphite.

Express.co.uk has scoured every UK network for the best deals. Below are our picks of the ultimate pricing for the brand new iPhone 13 Pro. If you’re looking to buy SIM-free from Apple itself, don’t forget that you can get up to £ 600 off the price when you trade in an older iPhone model.

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