Next month, Apple is anticipated to unveil its next-generation iPhone models. If reports are to be believed the Cupertino-based tech giant will unveil its iPhone 13 series in September. Many details regarding the forthcoming iPhone 13 series have already been published, and now a fresh source discloses the debut date for the new iPhones in 2013.
Pre-orders for the iPhone 13 series will begin on September 17, according to a rumor from FrontPageTech, which forecasts a September 14 launch date. According to the same rumor, Apple’s iPhone 13 series will be ready for purchase on September 24th, 2016. Notably, Apple has not yet verified any of these timeframes, so take them with a grain of salt for now.
Leaks on Apple iPhone 13 series launch
A new iPhone series from Apple is expected to have four versions, a 13-inch model, one with a larger screen, a larger screen with a larger screen, and a smaller screen. Following in the footsteps of the iPhone 12 series from last year, Apple will release a new iPhone series. A total of four models are included in Apple’s 12th-anniversary lineup: the iPhone 12, mini, pro, and pro-max versions.
Compared to the current iPhone 12 series, the next iPhone 13 series is projected to represent a significant advance. The latest iPhone models are reported to have a similar look to its predecessors, but with a smaller notch compared to its predecessor.
Apple’s iPhone 13 series is believed to have the A15 Bionic CPU, iOS 15 out-of-the-box, a larger battery, a better camera system, and a sleeker design.
Apple isn’t only launching the iPhone next month. To announce AirPods 3, new iPad models, and MacBooks, Apple is anticipated to conduct another launch event later in the month, most likely on September 30.
What else do we know?
Unlocking an iPhone with a Face ID while wearing a mask would be one of the biggest difficulties for anyone using it. Apple is allegedly working on new Face ID technology for iPhone 13 that would function well with masks and misty glasses.
Apparently, Apple has been working on a prototype case to test the new Face ID, which we may see on the iPhone 13 in the near future. A glance at the renderings made based on prototype pictures suggests that the front camera will now be situated on the left side instead of where it is currently.
Apple has apparently ordered its staff to test the new hardware while wearing masks and glasses, according to a report from Bloomberg. They claim that the test includes all sorts of masks and eyewear. From what we’ve seen thus far, the prototype looks to be providing positive outcomes.