The new iPhone 13 could reach stores in the country by the end of September or early October, as per the latest report.
A new report has brought the good news that Apple fans around the world have been waiting to hear. The smartphone giant is reportedly set to launch its next-gen iPhone 13 by the middle of September.
As per Wedbush analyst Dan Ives, Apple may have planned the launch of the upcoming iPhone 13 series in the third week of September, most likely on the 14. Furthermore, the phones could reportedly be on store shelves as early as September 24.
While there’s no conclusive report on the launch date for India, the new iPhone could reach stores in the country by the end of the same month or early October.
As reported by BGR, Apple’s production plan could see around 130 to 150 million units built in the second half of 2021. Estimates put initial orders at 90-100 million, more than a 10 percent increase from the iPhone 12 which had around 80 million initial orders.
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The iPhone 13 Pro models could have storage up to 512GB. Earlier leaks had put the volume at 1TB
Apple iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max will reportedly feature an LTPO ProMotion screen supporting a 120Hz refresh rate. The two entry models will keep the 60Hz display.
Design-wise it could reportedly feature bigger housing for the rear camera and a smaller notch. Apple fans expect a new feature that combines Face ID and Touch ID.
Expected camera updates include sensor-shift stabilization support and better zoom capability. A bigger battery could also be on the cards.
As per the report, it will run on the A15 Bionic chip with iOS 15.