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iPhone 13 colours: All the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro colours available

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(Pocket-lint) - Apple's habit of changing up the roster of colours that it offers for its iPhones each year shows no signs of stopping, and the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro ranges are continuing the tradition.

Once again, you have a few finishes to choose from if you think you'll pick up one of the new handsets, some of them a bit more adventurous than others.

While it isn't the widest range of colours ever from Apple, there are some choice new tones, so check out the full set of what's available here.

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First up, we'll take Apple's most premium, and pricey, iPhones - the 13 Pro Max and 13 Pro, which are available in four different finishes this time.

As always, they've got some delightfully tasteful names - graphite, gold, silver, and sierra blue. We're unsurprisingly probably the biggest fans of the new blue tone, which is a much lighter touch than the darker and moodier blue we got on the 12 Pro.

The 13 Pro and Pro Max of course retain the shiny stainless steel outer casing, so it's a pretty jazzy look.

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Here's the Pro in Gold, which might have looked slightly gaudy in previous years but is actually emerging as one of our potential favourite finishes.

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Graphite is a more stripped-back affair, an ideal choice for a work phone or if you want to make sure that your 13 Pro or 13 Pro Max will go with any outfit.

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The Silver finish is probably as close as you can get to an iPhone that evokes the earliest designs of the phone, back when it still had an old-school reflective back on it.

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The only colour in the Pro range to get a fancier name, we think Sierra Blue might be a lot of people's top choice - it's a really nice shade of blue!

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Moving on to the standard iPhone 13 and its smaller cousin the iPhone 13 mini, though, things get a little bit more fun, in our view - that's now also part of a tradition, which sees the entry-level iPhones get a slightly hipper design at least in terms of colour. 

This time around there are five to choose from:

They're comprised of Product(Red), starlight, midnight, blue, and pink - with that last one being the standout addition that might well tempt a few people. Of course, the charitable donation that the Product(Red) version will cause is a great reason to pick it up, too.

Five colours is a small step down from previous years, where we've generally been offered up six to choose from, and the lineup is also not quite as vibrant as it has been in the last couple of iterations, so it'll be interesting to see which colours prove the most popular.

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It's a bit of a silly name, but Starlight is a pretty nice and bold choice for your iPhone 13, bringing a near-white brightness to the table.

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As Apple has done for a long time, there's a nice option in the form of the Product(Red) colourway for those who want to give back - or anyone who just likes a bold red look.

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A nice, tasteful pastel pink is another option for the 13 and 13 mini, and we think this colour could also find plenty of fans.

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Apple won't just call it black - and for once, that's a good thing, as this is actually closer to an incredibly deep blue than anything else. It's a great subtle option.

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Simple naming does return for this plain blue option, which is fine and dandy, although not quite as exciting as the blue that graced the 12.

Writing by Max Freeman-Mills.