The iPhone 13’s release date has been confirmed.
Apple has announced a new September 14 iPhone 13 launch event called “California Streaming,” which would be streamed live across many platforms, similar to the previous virtual events. Despite Apple’s lack of specific reference, it’s reasonable to infer that the iPhone 13 will be released on this date, given September is the normal month for Apple to release new iPhones.
Due to production difficulties, Apple missed its customary debut date last year, but everything appear to be on track for 2021.
There is no official word on the iPhone 13’s specifications, but we’ve heard speculations that it will sport a high-refresh-rate display, which will most likely be reserved for the Pro versions. With enhanced Face ID, the notch is projected to be less than before. The incremental camera and processor updates are a certainty, and the phones’ general appearance will mostly remain same.
Satellite communication functionality has also been rumoured, which will allow you to make calls and send messages without a network connection, but only in certain markets.
At this event, we may also see a new Apple Watch and MacBooks with next-generation M1 chipsets. Apple will also announce release dates for the future versions of its operating system, such as iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS Monterey, as is customary.