iPhone 13 release date, price and specs

iPhone 13 release date, price, specs

Apple’s new iPhone 13 is coming this fall — here’s what we know so far

The new iPhone 13 is just a couple of months away from launch, and there’s a steady drumbeat of rumours about what Apple has planned for this year’s models. And all these details trickling out have created a surprisingly complete picture of the iPhone 13.

From everything we’ve heard so far, the iPhone 13 is set to offer a 120Hz LTPO display on both Pro models, improved battery life thanks to a more efficient 5G modem, and substantial upgrades to the all-important cameras. That includes a new portrait video mode.

As for the iPhone 13’s design, we have heard that the new iPhone’s notch will finally shrink on every model. (And yes, we’re expecting four models, just like with the iPhone 12.) Some other rumours have suggested that at least one version of the new iPhone may come with a truly portless design (though that prediction is looking shaky). We could finally see an always-on display gracing the iPhone, too.

Based on all the rumours and leaks out there already, here’s everything we know about the new iPhone 13.

Latest iPhone 13 news (updated July 19)

A new report says that the iPhone 13 will likely offer an always-on display, which would give you info at a glance without hurting battery life.
The iPhone 13 reportedly won’t get Touch ID, and we think that could be bad news with the coronavirus pandemic far from over.
A leak has reportedly revealed the colors for the iPhone 13 Pro lineup, including a new sunset gold option.

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.
A report by Wedbush analyst Dan Ives lines up with this possibility, as he predicts that the iPhone 13 will launch the third week of September. Pre-orders could begin that Friday, and the new iPhones could go on sale the following Friday.

Despite the coronavirus-related delays that faced the iPhone 12, pushing its launch to October 13, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the iPhone 13 should return to a normal release schedule in 2021. That’s significant, given that chip shortages are delaying other consumer tech product releases this year.

It’s certainly good news that the A15 Bionic chip that’s rumored to power the iPhone 13 is reportedly ahead of schedule. An a more recent leak has claimed the A15 Bionic has started production, which would further suggest the iPhone 13 could be revealed around September time.

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