In 2020, Apple introduced the iPad Air 4 before the new iPhone 12 series, which was introduced in October.
For the first time in many years, the iPhone series phones were introduced with a month’s delay, leaving Apple with less than a month to develop the iPhone 13.
Last year’s delay was due to an outbreak of the corona virus, which led to a shortage of supplies.
However, this year, Apple is pushing for the introduction of the iPhone 13 series in September.
Now the new leak claims that the iPhone 13 series phones will be introduced on September 14.
In 2021, 4 new iPhones will be introduced: a 5.4-inch iPhone 13 Mini, a 6.1-inch iPhone 13, a 6.1-inch iPhone 1 Pro and a 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max.
According to the leak, production of the new iPhones will start in late August or early September.
The leak will further say that the iPhone 13 will not have a TB version which was reported some time ago, ie the iPhone with 512 GB storage will be the most storage phone this time as well.
It is said that the price of the new iPhones will be the same as last year’s model, ie the price of the iPhone 13 Mini will start from 99 699.
The new iPhones will feature Apple’s new A15 processor, which will be at least 20% more efficient and 30% more efficient than the A14.
More importantly, this time 2 iPhones will be provided with LTPO screens, so that these models will be able to achieve compatibility at a refresh rate of one to 120 Hz.
These will be Apple’s first iPhones with a screen refresh rate of more than 60 Hz.
Apple expects to sell between 9 and 100 million iPhone 13 series phones in the last quarter, more than the iPhone 12 series, which sold more than 80 million models between October and December 2020.