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IPhone 13 release date: we think we know when Apple’s next phone arrives

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The iPhone 13 will be here before you know it. We think.


More than half a year has passed since iPhone 12 went on sale, and Apple is targeting its next flagship smartphone, the iPhone 13 (or whatever he ends up calling himself). They were hoping to see four versions of the new phone: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Apple’s first event of 2021 it happened in april, where we saw new iPads, Colorful iMacs, to iPhone 12 purple other AirTags Trackers. Then came WWDC in June where we first saw iOS 15. And there was no word from Apple on the iPhone 13 at any of the events.

But no one expected the iPhone 13 to be announced so soon. So when can we expect Apple to introduce its next flagship phones? Apple has yet to hint at the date of the iPhone 13 event. However, based on Apple’s story, we can typically predict when the company’s iPhone events will happen, and make a guess about a release date based on that.

While the pandemic changed the usual course for 2020, marking the first September Apple event in eight years without iPhone because production delays, Kuo predicts that 2021 will see a return to the company’s typical cadence. A. March 24 Report Based on supply chain information, it also points to an iPhone 13 launch date of late September. And in april DigiTimes report It quoted industry insiders as saying that production of the new phone chips is ahead of schedule, which should put the phone’s launch on a familiar, pre-pandemic timeline.

Read more: All the rumors about the iPhone 13 we’ve heard so farincluding how much will iPhone 13 cost

If all of this is true, we can expect to see the iPhone 13 for the first time at an event sometime in September.

Apple typically holds its events on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, and iPhone launch dates are typically set about a week and a half after Apple announces the new devices. New iPhones are typically released on Fridays, around the third week of September.

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A few years ago, CNET dived deep into Apple’s event timeline and emerged with a compelling Labor Day Hypothesis, which you can read about here. Under the 2021 calendar, the Labor Day rule would place the September Apple event (and the iPhone 13 unveiling) on ​​September 8, with a release date of September 17.

We won’t know if this is true until Apple announces an event and unveils the phones. But if you want to plan ahead and save for an iPhone 13, we’ll bet on the September timeline, for now at least.

For more information, see why iPhone 13 could have a 120Hz always-on display, Y our iPhone 12 review.

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