Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said his iPhone 13 is virtually indistinguishable from last year’s Cupertino-based smartphone.
“I have a new iPhone, I really can’t tell the difference between the two,” Wozniak said, adding that the software works great on previously released iPhones as well.
It is worth noting that what Steve Wozniak said is confirmed by many other users of Apple products. The overall design of the iPhone 13 has remained largely unchanged. The tiny changes in the size of the bangs and the diagonal arrangement of the camera modules on the iPhone 13 are not perceived as major changes.
The source writes that for many iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 users, there is no point in upgrading to the iPhone 13 series because they won’t see any difference in normal use cases.
This is not the first time Wozniak has expressed his displeasure with the new iPhone. In 2017, he announced that the iPhone X would be the first iPhone he wouldn’t buy on launch day: “I’d rather wait and watch. I am happy with my iPhone 8, which for me is the same as the iPhone 7. And the iPhone 7 is the same as the iPhone 6. “