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Apple may launch iPhone 13 in September

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said the iPhone series will have a smaller notch, a 120Hz refresh rate and it would come with 1TB built-in storage

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Apple may launch iPhone 13 in September

Apple is expected to launch its much-touted iPhone 13 in September 2021 with four models. The upcoming iPhone 13 will be more like iPhone 12 models. It will have the iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

“The market expects the iPhone to abandon Lightning in favour of USB-C and equip the power button with the Touch ID sensor, but our latest survey indicates that there is no visibility on the current schedule for the iPhone to adopt these two new specifications,” an Apple analyst said.

Apple iPhone 13

The iPhone 13 series is expected to get a better and updated AMOLED screen and it is supposed to get an updated high refresh rate of 120Hz.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said the upcoming iPhone series will have a smaller notch and 120Hz refresh rate and would come with 1TB built-in storage.

The iPhone 13 series is expected to continue the iPhone 12 design with some minor updates. It will receive a flat frame around the perimeter of the body, as well as a square block for the main camera.

The upcoming iPhone model is also expected to come with Direct time-of-flight (ToF) technology that will replace the existing Face ID components.

iPhone 13 is expected to have a bigger battery with a lightning connector, and a laser rangefinder.

Apple revealed the iPhone 12 during their last Apple event in the year 2020 and the rumours about the 2021 Apple lineup had already started to begin by then. The iPhone 12 lineup also had small notches and decent size batteries but this is going to change a lot in the iPhone 13 lineup as mentioned above. Two of the iPhone 13 Pro models will be using LTPO technology for a 120Hz refresh rate in their displays and all of them will feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X60 modem processor.

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