iPhone 13 release is right on schedule, says report
What you need to know
- Apple is expected to unveil a new iPhone later this year.
- A new report says it's right on schedule.
- Nikkei Asia reports that Apple has returned to its pre-pandemic launch schedule.
Another report has reiterated that Apple's rumored iPhone 13 is back on schedule for a September launch, following a delay to the iPhone 12 in 2020.
From Nikkei Asia:
Reports previously indicated that Apple wouldn't delay this year's iPhone like it did in 2020. As far back as December, it was reported that we would be returning to the September launch cycle:
From our previous report:
Nikkei has also reported today that the iPhone 13 mini will be the last 'mini' iPhone, and that Apple will instead debut a second 'Max' iPhone in 2022. It also says a new iPhone SE with 5G and Apple's A15 processor will debut in the first half of 2022.
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