If you’ve been waiting for Apple’s new iPhones, this wait is about to end. The company has announced the release date of the iPhone 13 series phones.
The company has sent out invitations to an event that will be held online on September 14. There aren’t many hints in this invitation, but for months there have been leaks and rumors that new iPhones will be unveiled at the event.
The iPhone 13 (or whatever the company will name it) will be basically an updated version of last year’s iPhone 12 and not likely to be much different. According to various reports, this time the iPhone will have a smaller scratch, while the Allways On 120 Hz refresh rate display may also be part of Apple’s flagship phone for the first time. Better camera setup than before will also be part of the devices while A15 processor and some bigger battery will also be present in these phones.
There are rumors that this time the iPhones may feature satellite call support, but it may be limited to emergency use in certain areas. According to the previous leaks, 4 new iPhones will also be introduced in 2021, including the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 Mini, the 6.1-inch iPhone 13, the 6.1-inch iPhone 1 Pro, and the 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max. Along with iPhones, the Apple Watch Series 7 will also be unveiled at the event, while iPad updates, including the iPad mini redesign, may also be introduced.