There are a few iPhone 13 deals floating around this long Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend, but this is the best we’ve found: £60 off the 256GB version of the phone via Amazon. That makes it a rock-bottom £819, rather than the usual £879. In fact, that’s the second-lowest price it’s ever been on the site, making this an unmissable offer if you’ve had an eye on Apple’s latest phone.
And, as we explain in more detail below, you’ll be making a great choice: the iPhone 13 picked up four stars out of five in our in-depth review. Plus, by going for the 256GB model rather than the standard 128GB, you can download TV episodes, films, music and photos to your device without worrying about space.
As you might expect, iPhone deals this good don’t last for long – maybe a couple of weeks at most – so take advantage of it as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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So why should you go for the iPhone 13 over, say, an Android rival? In our original review, we lauded its expanded internal storage (the base model is now 128GB, rather than just 64GB), improved camera array for low-light photos and more vivid screen. As an update on the iPhone 12, it didn’t set the world on fire – but you should think of these as small improvements to an already stunning smartphone. You’re getting a lot for your money, especially at this discounted price.
Speaking of which, Amazon is also delivering discounts on the other two storages: the 128GB iPhone 13 is down from £779 to £729, while the 512GB behemoth is £80 cheaper at £999 rather than £1,079. And, once you’ve opted for one of these offers, why not head over to our roundup of the best iPhone cases to keep your new purchase safe?
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In short, this is one of the best iPhone 13 deals we’ve seen for a while, delivering a massive amount of quality for a bargain price. Once again, make sure you get in there quickly while it lasts.
And, as you’ll be getting just a handset, we recommend checking out our list of the best SIM-only deals afterward to get bags of data from the major providers for less.