iPhone 13: Apple’s new flagship lineup is now the focus of a rife gossip mill, notwithstanding the fact that it is only months away from publication.
The new rumour about the iPhone 13, or whatever Apple wishes to call the iPhone 12’s counterpart, involves its architecture.
This week, MacRumors published new renders contrasting the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro to the 12 and 12 Pro, demonstrating the new phones’ supposed improvement in thickness and wider camera bump, which could come as a surprise to many Apple fans (here’s every discrepancy we anticipate between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13).
What more will we look forward to from Apple’s 2021 lineup? According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 13 range will consist of four versions this year: the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. We should also anticipate several fresh iPhone 13 camera capabilities, as well as a slew of other exciting announcements.
If rumours are correct, the new iPhone lineup will be released in September, so there’s still plenty of time between now and the fall Apple case for rumours to spread. Continue reading for the most recent news about the iPhone 13’s availability, design, specifications, camera features, and more. When new material becomes accessible, we will update this story.
So far, there is no official or unofficial news about when Apple’s new iPhone will be out. According to an April update, production of the iPhones’ latest chips is ahead of plan, placing the release date back on Apple’s pre-pandemic timetable.
Typically, we can forecast when Apple’s iPhone incidents will arise with a degree of precision and extrapolate a release date based on that.
However, 2020 was a different story: it was the first September Apple case in eight years without an iPhone, owing to development delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
This year, though, Kuo predicts that Apple’s supply chain would operate as normal. If that’s the case, we should imagine the new phone to be launched at an event in September.
Apple prefers to host meetings on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
iPhone releases are usually scheduled a week and a half after Apple makes an announcement.
New iPhones are usually launched on a Friday during the third week of September.
According to the 2021 schedule, the September Apple celebration (and launch of the iPhone 13) will take place on September 8, with a release date of September 17.