There are only a few days left to talk about the many rumors that have arisen concerning the new and improved iPhone 13.
This new device will arrive with a collection of new features and be presented at an online event on September 14.
There have been many rumors, but one, in particular, arose after a filing with the Federal Communications Commission, where reference was made to a revised MagSafe charger detected by 9to5Mac and MacRumors.
It has been heard in the past that the iPhone 13 phone line will feature 4 devices: the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max, as predicted by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Coincidentally, this line matches the four iPhone 12 models from last year. However, the price of the iPhone 13 can seem peculiar.
The release date of the iPhone 13 is getting closer and closer to the market, and people are eager to know it.
According to a SellCell survey reported by MacRumors, 44% of current iPhone users plan to upgrade to one of the iPhone 13 models when it becomes available.
Longer battery life
This rumor emerged on a Chinese social media platform and suggested that the iPhone 13 line feature larger batteries than the iPhone 12 line.
Throughout these years, there have been updates to the capacity and size of the batteries in the different iPhone lines that have emerged.
However, battery life is not the same as battery capacity, so the increase in battery size on the iPhone 13 may not translate into longer battery life.
When we talk about charging the battery, the iPhone 13 may have some better and tricks concerning this to get the phone to have a faster charge, and some reverse charging capabilities.
Debut on September 14
Apple’s new iPhone will almost certainly make its first appearance on September 14 during the tech giant’s next online event. It was already suspected that the company’s next event would be completely online due to the current conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this sense, this is the second consecutive year in which Apple presents a new line of iPhones completely online. However, they are not dealing with the delay that arose last year, as it is the first year of the pandemic.
In September, it was Apple’s first event in eight years without an iPhone, thanks to production delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.
An April report suggested that manufacturing the new iPhone’s chips was ahead of schedule, and Kuo previously predicted that it would continue to operate as usual for Apple’s supply chain.
The iPhone 12 lineup includes 4 phones at 4 different costs, varying slightly between carriers and storage settings. At its launch, the reference price was $ 799, up to $ 100 compared to the iPhone 11 the previous year, thanks to the inclusion of 5G support.
In this regard, Apple is expected to increase the price of the iPhone 13 for its launch.
According to an August report from DigiTimes, the tech giant is considering raising costs for the iPhone 13 to offset the increased price of chip production from its supplier TSMC.
According to the report, Apple’s supplier seeks to increase the cost by up to 20% for “advanced and mature process technologies” by January 2022. According to the report, it is not clear exactly how much the iPhone’s price could increase.