iPhone 13 Release Date, Price, Design

iPhone 13 Release Date, Price, Specs & Leaks

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Users are expected to see improvements in the new iPhone with many features coming this year.

WhatsApp has mentioned that Apple can make the iPhone even better by removing some of the problems seen in the iPhone-12. According to Apple analyst Ming Chi-Chi Kuo, Apple will be able to unveil the iPhone 13 in 2021.

Although the name of this new iPhone has not been decided, it is still called iPhone-13.

The iPhone 13 series is rumored to be similar to the iPhone 12. It is said that the mini version of the new iPhone will not be produced due to poor sales of the iPhone 12 mini. This new product will have three series. Including iPhone-13, iPhone-13 Pro and iPhone-13 Pro Max.

Who is Kuo Ming-Chi?

Kuo: Redesigned MacBooks With Apple Silicon to Launch in Second Half of 2021. Apple plans to release additional MacBook models with Apple Silicon in the second half of 2021. According to analyst MingChi Kuo, as part of the company’s two-year transition away from Intel processors across its Mac lineup. MingChi Kuo is down in the 10th position with 76.4% accuracy.

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iPhone 13 Release Date

If the iPhone 13 release date follows Apple’s pattern for previous launches. We could see this device hit shelves on the fourth Friday of September 2021. That would be September 24.

iPhone 13 Release Date, Price, Design
iPhone 13 Price, Design

Despite the coronavirus-related delays that faced the iPhone 12, pushing its launch to October 1. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the iPhone 13 should return to a normal release schedule in 2021.

iPhone 13 Design

The iPhone-13 Pro and iPhone-13 Pro Max models will have a 120-jet-sized screen, a smaller notch size. And a lightning port said analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

The new iPhone will also have a bigger battery and will have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X-60 modem processor, according to the report.

iPhone 13 display

If Apple sticks to having four models of iPhone 13, then we can expect the displays to measure in at 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.7 inches.

A report from ET News says that Apple will adopt a 120Hz refresh rate for the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max. This will allow for smoother scrolling as well as improved gameplay and video playback. 

That leak was given further credence by a more recent one that noted the two iPhone 13 Pro models will get the 120Hz display. Which will be able to dynamically scale its refresh rate up or down depending on what’s being viewed courtesy of an LTPO panel from Samsung Display. This will help save battery life. 

And the nature of an LTPO panel means it doesn’t need extra components under the display to enable an adaptive refresh rate. Meaning phones with such screens can sport a thin chassis. In the iPhone 13, an LTPO display could enable the phone to not only have a super smooth refresh rate but also keep the neat frame of the iPhone 12.  

Recent leaks have the iPhone 13 tipped to use an always-on display, something the LTPO tech could certainly facilitate. And a recent video shows how it could work. An always-on display would finally give Apple’s iPhones a feature that Android phones have had for some time. 

LG and Samsung are likely to supply displays for the iPhone 13, as they’re the leading makers of OLED panels. But a Chinese supplier, BOE, maybe in the mix as a potential source for iPhone 13 screens.

iPhone 13 cameras

We haven’t heard much about the entire iPhone 13 range yet, but one leak has the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max offering a new 6-element ultrawide lens. It would also offer autofocus capability. The current iPhone 12 Pro models sport a 5-element ultrawide angle lens. The more elements in a lens, the better the image quality tends to be as a rule.

One interesting rumor that has come up suggests Apple is looking for suppliers for a “folded lens” camera that will improve the iPhone 13’s optical camera zoom. The periscope-like design means the telephoto lens would be stacked vertically, instead of horizontally. Meaning you can increase the optical magnification without increasing the size of the phone. 

iPhone 13 cameras
iPhone 13 cameras

In fact, this design is commonly used by other phone makers, including Samsung and Huawei, to increase their own optical zoom capabilities. Which iPhone 13 models will get the improved zoom is still unclear.

Speaking of zooming, the iPhone 13 is also tipped to get camera upgrades that allow it to better shoot the night sky. As well as deliver portrait mode videos. 

iPhone 13 Camera Astrophotography Mode

An upgraded ultra-wide camera on all iPhone 13 models could facilitate a dedicated astrophotography mode. And much like how night mode is enabled when you’re in a low-light environment, you’ll activate this mode when you point the phone at the stars or the moon. 

Another leak has the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max tipped to get boosted ultrawide-angle camera lenses complete with sensor-shift OIS (optical image stabilization) and automatic focus features. 

Portrait video mode will offer a blurred background on video footage when enabled. It will also reportedly let you customize the depth of field after shooting so you can dial in the blurred effect after the fact. There are no specifics given on whether this can be used on any of the iPhone 13’s cameras or just a select few. 

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How much does iPhone 13 cost?

We’d expect these to cost the same as the iPhone 12 range, so $699, $799, $999, and $1,099, respectively. Apple tends to keep its pricing structure fairly rigid from generation to generation. So we’re not expecting any increase to the sticker price. 

The iPhone 13 isn’t expected to be a major technical upgrade from the iPhone 12, which was the first to include 5G support. Because of this, analysts are predicting that the iPhone 13 will cost about the same as the iPhone 12. The base version of which starts at $799 (£799, AU$1,349).

A report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple will once again offer four sizes for the iPhone 13. So you can expect a 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, a 6.1-inch iPhone 13, a 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max. 

Will iPhone 13 supports 5G?

Another new iPhone-SE product is also rumored to be in the works. This iPhone will have a 5G network and a high-speed processor.

iPhone-SE will not be public before 2022, writes Hi-Fi.

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Should You wait for iPhone 13 or buy iPhone 12?

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