Apple is expected to introduce the iPhone 13 series in September of this year, according to reports. Several product events are expected to be held by the Cupertino company in September, according to a recent report.
The iPhone 13 series, as well as new Apple Watches, new AirPods, an updated iPad Mini, and an updated MacBook, are all expected to be unveiled at the event. iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and a tiny iPhone 13 are all expected to be released this year as part of Apple’s iPhone 13 series. The iPhone 13 will be the flagship model, while the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be the premium versions.
According to the DigiTimes story, Apple will conduct “a series of product announcement conferences in September.” It is stated in the article that one of the events will be dedicated to the introduction of the 9th-generation iPad, which is likely to have a new design and an enhanced processing power.
The iPad will be significantly smaller than the one that will be released in 2020. The iPad mini is also expected to make a debut at the same time as the iPad. Another event might be held to celebrate the release of the new Apple Watch and MacBook models. There will be a separate event for the iPhone 13 series, it is believed.
Apple had numerous launch events last year as a result of the coronavirus epidemic, which was also widespread at the time.
Apple held a spring-loaded event on September 15 to introduce the Apple Watch Series 6, the Apple Watch SE, and the iPad Air 4th generation, among other products. The iPhone 12, on the other hand, was released a month later, on October 13. Following that, on November 10, Apple held a second event to officially introduce their silicon-based Mac.
According to the source, Apple may decide to have different launch ceremonies for each of its products in order to promote each of them. Apple is expected to launch on one of three dates: September 7, September 14 or September 21.
Apple is aiming to introduce the iPhone 13 in the third week of September, according to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives, according to MacRumors. “As perour most recent Asia supply chain assessments for 2H, iPhone builds will range between 130M and 150M. The iPhone 13 looks to account for 35 percent to 45 percent of iPhone builds in Q3, and this encouraging forecast provides us more confidence that the iPhone 13’s debut date in 2021 will be “typical.” We believe the current iPhone 13 launch is scheduled for the third week of September, according to our estimates,” the author said in his note.