iPhone 13 reportedly introduced in its regular date

Ming-Chi Kuo, one of Apple's most trusted experts, said the iPhone 13 family will be launched at the regular launch date in September 2021. Apple had to postpone its launch until October this year because production was interrupted by the pandemic.

Under normal circumstances, Cupertino-based tech giant Apple, which introduced new iPhone models each September, changed plans this year and unveiled the new iPhone 12 family on October 13. The global epidemic and the associated production disruptions are known as the main reason for the US company to change plans.

A new report shows that this delay in the launch date only applies to 2020, and that the next-generation iPhones will be introduced to normal history in September. This means we're only 9 months away from the iPhone 13 family.

The claims come from Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the industry's most trusted Apple experts. In an investor note, Kuo said Apple would use the production program used with the iPhone 13 before the iPhone 12.

Kuo also announced that the iPhone 13 series will be equipped with a new A15 chipset based on the A14 chipset developed by Apple and powered by the iPhones released a few months ago.

At this point, we haven't heard much about the iPhone 13 series itself, but there are rumors that it will consist of four phones. However, it is also claimed that some or all of the devices in the series have 120 Hz ProMotion display technology.

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