As September iPhone 13 launch draws nigh, lots of rumors about Apple’s next lineup show the company may be adding a one terabyte storage.
A report from Wedbush’s analyst says the iPhone 13 launch event will hold on the third week of September precisely on Tuesday 14th. First reported by Cult of Mac, Apple will be producing between 90 and 100 million iPhone 13 units.
Wedbush’s analyst Dan Ives believes iPhone 13 production might face some challenges from the global chip storage. And Apple will need to significantly upgrade its next lineup of phones to move demand.
“We believe the robust consumer product cycle continues globally for [Tim] Cook & Co. especially with today roughly 250 million of the current 975 million,”
“iPhones not upgrading their smartphones in over 3.5 years based on our analysis, speaking to massive pent up demand within Apple’s installed base.”
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In other news,
Reports from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo show a new MacBook Air with Mini LED display will soon be released for 2022.
The analyst said
“We expect Apple to release a new MacBook Air around the middle of 2022 with a 13.3-inch mini LED display.
“If the component shortage continues to improve in 2022, it will benefit from the new MacBook Air and Apple Silicon upgrades.”
Personally, I look forward to an iPhone 13 Mini with a Touch ID located at the power button while maintaining the face ID. The exact touch ID found on the new iPads will be perfect. The iPhone 12 Mini cheer size is perfect for my tiny hands and portable.
An iPhone 13 with one terabyte of storage is ideal for photographers, content creators and video enthusiasts due to the large LiDAR rumored to launch the newest smartphones.