iPhone 13 is likely to debut on September 14

September 8, 2021

Apple’s latest series of 5G-enabled iPhones (iPhone 13) is highly likely to debut in an event that will take place on September 14. The event, which will have the tagline “California streaming,” will be streamed online from the iPhone maker’s headquarters in Apple Park, California, the company said on Tuesday.
The company did not disclose which products it is going to launch, but industry rumours indicate that the September event will include the announcement of its iPhone 13 series. Apple does not confirm the names of the products it is planning to launch before official events.
New iPhone rumors have been springing up from a variety of sources for the last few months, and it’s now got a clear picture of many of the likely specs of the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 mini.
All new iPhones are expected to come with a small notch, support for Face ID and Touch ID, bigger batteries and improved cameras. The phones are also expected to come with better zooming capabilities, sensor-shift stabilisation, portrait mode for videos, ProRES, AI-based filters and loads more.
The Pro models are expected to come with a ProMotion display with support for a 120Hz refresh rate. Improved video capabilities could specifically be made for the Pro models.
The 2021 iPhones are also expected to be powered by an A15 Bionic chip, be running iOS 15, have bigger rear camera housings and come in several colour options.

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