The iPhone 12 lineup launch last year was delayed to October as there was chaos due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the company appears to stick to its usual timeline as the next-generation iPhones in the iPhone 13 series will be launched in September, which is next month.
A report by MacRumors citing the investor note by Daniel Ives of Wedbush notes that the Cupertino tech giant could take the wraps off the iPhone 13 series in the third week of next month. However, the exact launch date of the device is yet to be disclosed.
Going by the usual launch pattern followed by Apple, it will host the vent on Tuesday. Given that the company has moved to its usual launch schedule, we can expect it to continue this trend as well. If this turns out to be true, then the Apple iPhone 13 series could be launched on September 21, 2021. We can also expect an earlier launch on September 7 or September 14.
Furthermore, Daniel Ives also expects that the company will manufacture between 130 million and 150 million units of the latest models by the end of this year. Notably, it intends to increase the production to 45 per cent from 35 per cent in Q3 2021.
Apple iPhone 13: What To Expect?
Based on the previous speculations, the iPhone 13 lineup is expected to feature a slightly smaller notch and could arrive with a fast refresh rate of 120 Hz. The high refresh rate could be exclusive only to the Pro models that are more expensive. It is also expected that the company will offer a premium model with an internal storage capacity of a whopping 1TB.
There are claims that the iPhone 13 series could support mmWave 5G for the global countries except for the US. also, these models are to feature space-saving internal circuitry that might let the company use a bigger battery. One of the recent reports suggested that the upcoming iPhones will feature 25W fast charging support, which is a slight upgrade from the existing 22W fast charging. Also, a LiDAR scanner is expected.
The iPhone 13 series is expected to arrive with notable hardware upgrades and a more power-efficient and faster chipset made using the 5nm+ process likely the Apple A15 Bionic.