According to an investment company, the iPhone 13 will be launched in the third week of September. The iPhone 13 Pro versions are also said to offer up to 1TB of storage, increasing over the current 512GB capacity. Even though Apple has not released any information regarding the iPhone 13 series, rumors claim that it will have four models: the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and iPhone 13 small (mini).
Wedbush Securities, according to 9to5Mac, cited supply-chain insiders to say that the iPhone 13 launch will be “regular” and will take place in the third week of September.
Based near Los Angeles, California, the investment firm confirmed prior claims that the whole iPhone 13 series will have Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) scanning technology. The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max were the only versions with LiDAR sensors in the iPhone 12 series. However, according to a recent report by market research firm TrendForce, LiDAR sensors will only be available on the Pro versions in the series.
Apple’s 2021 iPhone range might have LiDAR sensors, improving augmented reality (AR) experiences. The iPhone 13 Pro versions with 1TB capacity are also expected from the company.
The iPhone 13 family is projected to be produced in 90 to 100 million units, up from the 80 million units produced by the iPhone 12 series. Wedbush also predicted that demand for the iPhone 13 would be comparable to or slightly higher than for the iPhone 12. According to a recent Bloomberg story, Apple aimed to raise iPhone 13 manufacturing by up to 20% this year.
According to recent speculations, the iPhone 13 series will have an Always-on display similar to the Apple Watch and Wi-Fi 6E connection. Faster wireless charging and two additional color options — Pearl and Sunset Gold — are also possible. Apple is yet to make an official announcement on the iPhone 13 series.