Mark Gurman for Bloomberg, in his latest edition of the Power On newsletter, claims that Apple will not be holding an in-person launch event for the iPhone 13 series in September this year.
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Apple could further bump the fast charging speeds on the iPhone 13 series to 25W as per a new rumor from China. Apple already bumped the charging speeds to 20W with the iPhone 12 series last year.
Wedbush analysts are once again claiming that Apple will launch the iPhone 13 Pro with a 1TB storage tier option. The analysts also believe that Apple will hold a keynote in the third week of September to announce the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro series.
In the latest edition of Bloomberg’s Power On newsletter, Mark Gurman has outlined his expectations for the iPhone 13 series. Apart from the usual improvements like a faster A-series chip and better display, Gurman says that Apple will add Always-on Mode to this year’s iPhone.
A new report from DigiTimes claims that the upcoming iPhone 13 series will feature support for faster Wi-Fi 6E connectivity. The latest Wi-Fi standard will allow the iPhone 13 to offer faster and better Wi-Fi connectivity.
Apple expects demand for the iPhone 13 series to be high despite the iPhone 12 supercycle leading to it selling 100 million units in around seven months. The company has asked its suppliers to prepare 90 million iPhone 13 units by the end of 2021, a notable increase from the iPhone 12 series last year.
A lot of iPhone 13 dummy units have appeared in the past few weeks. The first ones were leaked by reliable leaker Sonny Dickson that gave us our first look at the bigger camera module. Now, MacRumors has posted a video showing the iPhone 13 dummy units in all of their glory.
A new leak claims that Apple will continue to keep the LiDAR scanner exclusive to the iPhone 13 Pro series this year. This contradicts previous rumors and reports which claimed that Apple would make the LiDAR scanner standard across all iPhone 13 models.
After case leaks, the iPhone 13 chassis based on which Chinese case makers are producing cases for the upcoming iPhones has now been pictured. Chinese case makers usually don’t share pictures of such molds, but case maker Benks has publicly shared photos of the molds on Weibo.
iPhone 13, or iPhone 12s whatever Apple ends up calling it, is just about two months away from now. Around this period, case manufacturers and designers receive the dummy units of the upcoming iPhone, so they can have covers for the new iPhone in place when it comes out.