iPhone 13 release date, specs, all we know: While the latest iPhone is still months from official release, here is all we already know about the upcoming smartphone.
Yearly iPhone releases are one of the most anticipated events of the year, as users seek to upgrade the features of the previous years release.
Rumours have started as regards the features, design and other specs of the upcoming iPhone 13. In this post, we are looking to share all we have heard about the upcoming phone.
According to multiple sources, the iPhone 13 lineup will look similar to the iPhone 12 lineup, with four devices in sizes that include 5.4-inches, 6.1-inches, and 6.7-inches, with two of the iPhones being higher-end “Pro” models and two positioned as lower-cost, more affordable devices.
All we have heard about the upcoming iPhone 13
- A new report says that the iPhone 13 will not feature reverse wireless charging, giving Samsung an advantage.
- The iPhone 13 could come with a new always-on display, portrait mode video and a clever way to shoot the night sky.
- A leak has claimed the iPhone 13 mini is still on its way, despite reports claiming it was toast after the iPhone 12 mini delivered poor sales.
iPhone 13 release date and price
We expect the iPhone 13 release date to be set for September 2021, but that may be subject to change given the Covid-19 pandemic.
For the last 10 years, Apple has consistently introduced its flagship phones at an event near the start of September and released the phones 10 days later. All that changed in 2020, due to the pandemic, and the phones were delayed beyond their usual window.
Little is known about the price of the iPhone 13, but we’d expect it to be a similar level to the iPhone 12 family. Those handsets cost more than the 2019 phones – the iPhone 11 series – but that’s because of the addition of 5G and a few other technical elements.
iPhone 13 Design
In a new video, hugely popular YouTuber Filip Koroy (aka EverythingApple Pro) has teamed up with influential leaker Max Weinbach to reveal multiple upgrades Apple is making with the new release.
Weinbach tells Koroy that Apple will “refine” the matte back of the iPhone 13 Pro models with a “more grippy textured back that will be slightly more comfortable [to hold]”. He also understands that it will be akin to the finish on Google’s Pixel series. That said, he warns that the chassis design “will not be changing so overall the same look at the iPhone 12 lineup.”