Apple is yet to announce its biggest launch of the year in the iPhone 13 series in September 2021. It pushes all its suppliers, chipmakers, display makers, and manufacturers like Foxconn to make it a timely launch.
The Cupertino giant has asked the supplier of the new iPhone 13 series to start deliveries. As per the rumours, the new iPhone series is expected to be mass-produced by the end of August at the earliest, and it could be true as Apple wants a September launch and availability as soon as possible like what it has been every year.
The stock of the new iPhone 13 series is estimated to be 85 million to 90 million in the second half of 2021. ITHome says:
On June 23, China Securities Journal asked Foxconn, Apple’s iPhone foundry, for verification. Foxconn responded: “It does not comment on any customers or products.”
The lineup is rumoured to include four models: 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, 6.1-inch iPhone 13, 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro, and 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max. These will continue with the usage of OLED display panels like the iPhone 12 series.
Still, there is expected to be a 120Hz refresh rate, aka ProMotion displays; this time around addition, there will be a new A15 Bionic chip, LiDAR sensors, 1TB storage on Pro models, and the wider availability of mmWave 5G connectivity.
Apple expects ProMotion displays for the iPhone 13 Pro models with a 120Hz variable refresh rate; the A15 Bionic chipset made with TSMC’s improved 5nm node, improvements to the cameras including sensor displacement stabilization for everyone add four models. This feature stabilizes the blurring of recording video by adjusting the camera’s sensors instead of its lenses.