iPhone 13


The Apple iPhone 13 was unveiled at the ‘California Streaming’ event in Cupertino on 14th September 2021. This latest version of iPhone was accompanied by three other new iPhones (the iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Mini), a 7th generation Apple Watch plus a Generation 9 iPad and a Generation 6 iPad Mini. Quite a feature-packed event, which was held virtually due to ongoing covid restrictions.

The iPhone 13 became available to buy on 24th September 2021, and was the successor to the 2020 iPhone 12, being similar in form, size and storage, with a 6.1-inch display, 60Hz refresh rate and a flat chassis. The iPhone 13 also featured the same MagSafe technology as the iPhone 12, enabling magnetic case attachment and wireless charging among other benefits.

A point of difference between the 2020 and 2021 iPhones was the camera system – they both had three cameras; a 12MP front-facing camera and two back-facing 12MP cameras, but on the iPhone 13, the rear cameras had larger sensors which enable better light gathering, and were arranged diagonally to accommodate the increased size of the sensors. An additional feature was the use of a new optical image stabilisation system on the main camera, along with HDR 4 functionality, which was Apple’s new computational photography engine, enabling the user to select different photographic modes from cool, vibrant, warm and rich contrast, as well as a new ‘cinematic mode’.


  • Case options: Starlight, Midnight, Blue, Pink, Project Red
  • Size: 5.78 x 2.81 x 0.30 inches (146.7 x 71.5 x 7.65mm)
  • Weight: 6.1 ounces (173-174g)
  • Display: 6.1-inch Super Retina
  • Resolution: 2532 x 1170
  • Storage capacity: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB
  • Front camera: 12MP
  • Rear cameras: 12MP
  • CPU: Apple A15 Bionic


The design of the iPhone 13 may look very similar to the iPhone 12, with its flat-edged case and Retina screen, but the iPhone 13 boasted several real improvements over the old model. For example, the screen was actually a Super Retina display, and it was claimed that it was nearly 30% brighter than the previous model. The battery life on the iPhone 13 had also been improved by around two and a half hours, thanks to the incorporation of the more efficient A15 Bionic chip.

If you have damaged your iPhone 13, and you are not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty or the AppleCare insurance scheme, it is likely that you may be at a loss, wondering how to get the problem put right at a reasonable cost. Well, our highly-skilled Apple repair experts are here to help you to solve your dilemma. Simply call in to your nearest iTechnician repair centre – they are located in towns and cities all across the UK – or ask an iTechnician to come to you at home or at work. They will quickly get to the root of the problem and repair your iPhone 13 for you, using their expertise combined with high-quality parts, to get you back in touch again with minimal delay. Here are just some of the repairs that the iTechnicians can deliver:

  • Screen repair (LCD & Glass)
  • Power button repair
  • Rear camera repair
  • Battery replacement
  • Earpiece repair
  • Software fix
  • Charging port repair
  • Microphone repair
  • Vibration repair
  • Water / liquid damage repair
  • Loudspeaker repair
  • Diagnostic service
  • Front camera repair


iPhone 13 repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.

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How it works


Step 1

Let us know what is wrong with your iPhone 13. We can fix almost all problems. iPhone 13 screen replacements can be completed on the same day.


Step 2

You can come to us or our iTechs can come to you to repair your iPhone 13. We’ll have your Apple iPhone 13 looking like brand new.


Step 3

Your iPhone 13 repair is done and carried out. You're back to business as normal, like the damage was never there!