APPLE looks set to unveil its next smartphone in days – but when will it be out?
Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 13 in daysCredit: Apple
Apple typically uses this September showcase to debut new gadgets, including iPhone models.
This year we’re expecting four new iPhones: the iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Apple has confirmed that its next big event will take place on Tuesday, September 14.
It’s an entirely virtual event, highlighted by this year’s tagline: “California streaming.”
Thankfully, Apple is a creature of habit, so we can predict some of the timings.
Based on launches in previous years, we’d expect pre-orders to go live on Friday, September 17.
And the actual release date for new products will mostly likely land on Friday, September 24.
Of course, these dates could change for myriad reasons – so don’t mark you calendars just yet.
It’s entirely possible that the iPhone models could debut in October instead.
Apple has previously held events in October, so it wouldn’t be unprecedented.
We don’t know much about the iPhone 13 for certain.
But as the launch draws near, the quality and quantity of leaks increases.
And we can already make some educated guesses about the handset too.
It’s extremely likely to support 5G – like last year’s roster of iPhones.
You can also expect to see a new A15 Apple processor, which would make the iPhone even faster than in previous years.
Camera upgrades are almost certain, and new colour options have been mooted too.
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