Apple iPhone 13 is expected to launch in September this year. Although Apple is yet to make an official announcement about the same, speculations are widespread that the Cupertino-giant will launch four models in the iPhone 13 series. A lot has been said about the specifications of the upcoming iPhone 13 series, but now a new report has made revelations about the pricing of the next iPhone 13 series.
As per a report by market analysis firm TrendForce, the iPhone 13 will not be launched with an exorbitant price tag. It is in fact expected to be similarly priced to the iPhone 12 series. "As for retail prices, the iPhone 13 series is expected to remain similar to the iPhone 12 series," the report stated. The Trendforce report also mentioned that since the devices will not come with significant hardware upgrades, the manufacturing cost will be less. About the specifications, the report stated that the iPhone 13 series would come with a flexible charging circuit and this has got to do a lot with the iPhone's battery. Trendforce has predicted that iPhone 13 series would feature bigger batteries than the iPhone 12 series.
Additionally, Apple would extend the support for 5G mmWave to more regions other than the US with its new iPhone series. There could be significant upgrades in the camera and display. As far as the chipset is concerned, Apple's next-generation processor will be based on a 5nm+ that will improve the performance and battery life of the devices. previously, a Chinese website called MyDrivers revealed the iPhone 13 will come with 25W fast charging support. The iPhone 13 is expected to be able to charge with up to 25W if connected to a compatible power adapter.
Apple is also expected to introduce LTPO panels mode with a 120 Hz refresh rate in its pro models whereas the other two will come with 60Hz. As previously mentioned, Apple could introduce four models this year including the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 mini. The design is expected to be similar to the iPhone 12.