The iPhone 13 should be presented again as usual in September. At most, the start can be delayed until early October. Last year, due to the corona pandemic, Apple put the iPhone 12 on the market much later than usual.
Apple will present the iPhone 13 again on time, a Wedbush analyst said today. In a note explained Dan Ives, according to the latest information that could be gleaned from Apple’s supply chain, Apple will introduce the iPhone 13 in September. A market launch is likely in the third week of September. At most, further minor delays until the beginning of October are conceivable. Last year, Apple had to postpone the launch of the new iPhone because the supply chains were significantly disrupted due to the effects of the global health crisis as a result of the corona pandemic.
The iPhone 13 should bring up to one TB of storage
Dan Ives went on to explain that Apple will probably offer an option with a storage capacity of one TB in the iPhone 13; this assumption has been made again and again in recent years, including only a few weeks ago. Since the introduction of the iPhone Xs, the memory of the iPhone has been limited to a maximum of 512 GB. Then he also sees the opportunity to see the LiDAR scanner in all four models. This contradicts the different outlook from TF International Securities, where this feature is only expected in the iPhone 13 Pro / Pro Max. In fact, it is quite likely that Apple will not bring this feature to the cheaper models for the time being.