The excitement surrounding Apple’s new line of iPhones has cooled in the past few weeks following the revelations that they will be missing several widely expected major upgrades. But now a new exclusive claim is a surprise release.
In a new exclusive, the Business Daily News Claims that reports from Apple are launching an ‘iPhone 12S’ series are false and we will actually get iPhone 13 models. That would be a shock given the latest reports “Confirmation” of an S-year.
“The supply chain has announced that this year’s new phone will be called the iPhone 13,” reveals EDN. The website also repeats the names and screen sizes for the entire product range: 5.4-inch models “iPhone 13 Mini”, 6.1-inch models “iPhone 13” and “iPhone 13 Pro”, and a 6.7-inch model -iPhone 13 Pro Max. In addition, EDN reports that Apple’s main suppliers “will start shipping in the third quarter,” which is related to reports that the The iPhone 13 range will hit the market much earlier this year.
The news is interesting because a) Apple fans will hope that the cross-generational name change means several of the more ambitious upgrades of the range will still make it, and b) that Apple has – somehow – overcome it global chip shortage to bring the new range onto the market much earlier than expected.
Needless to say, reports on the Name change contradicting itself So it would be wise to be careful. That said, here are the biggest leaks about the new iPhone lineup if you’re into daydreaming: oversized main cameras With improved image stabilization, a smaller notch, large battery size increases, 120Hz ProMotion displays (only Pro models), up to 1 TB of storage and global 5G mmWave compatibility.
Will Apple deliver all of these upgrades? I would be very surprised. That said, if your favorite upgrades don’t break through in 2021, it’s them First iPhone 14 leaks suggest your patience will be well rewarded in 2022.
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