The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini are very similar to their predecessors from last year. The good news is that you get two of the headlining features of the far more expensive iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max – Cinematic Mode and Photographic Styles. You also get twice the storage and a faster processor at the same starting price, but on the downside, you don’t get features like a 120Hz display refresh rate or a macro-capable camera, which are now fairly standard even on Android phones that cost a quarter as much. If you’re wondering whether it’s worth buying either the iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 mini, we’ll help you make that decision. First of all, starting prices are the same as for the previous models, but with twice as much storage. The iPhone 13 mini starts at Rs. 69,900 for 128GB, while the iPhone 13 starts at Rs. 79,900. You can add Rs. 10,000 each to double that to 256GB, so the prices would be Rs. 79,900 and Rs. 89,900 respectively. For the first time, there’s a 512GB tier for non-Pro iPhones, but that will cost a further Rs. 20,000, bringing the prices of the top-end iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 to Rs. 99,900 and Rs. 1,09,900 respectively. There are five colour options: Midnight, Starlight, Blue, Pink, and (Product) Red.