iPhone 13: Apple iPhone 12 series launch was delayed this year; mostly as a result of supply chain issues that occurred due to the global pandemic. However, with things getting back on track; it is now expected that Apple will be on schedule for the iPhone 13 launch; also, that it will happen, as is the norm, in September 2021.
The fact that Apple is going to be able to stick to its usual launch schedule; comes from a report in 9to5Mac which cites an investor note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Kuo stated that the mass production schedule for the iPhone 13 is going to be the same as the older iPhone models; and be launched in September 2021 without any delays.
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Apple’s iPhone launch schedule was thrown off due to the global pandemic this year. The production of the iPhone 12 series suffered a massive hit as supply chains; as well as production suffered due to lockdowns across the globe.
Apple also had to deal with a staggered launch with the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro hitting the shelves in October; with the iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max coming in November.
Currently, all the iPhone 12 series devices are doing well; and the company is expecting a good holiday season with significant sales across the range.
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