2021-06-24 20:54:06 BdST
‘iPhone 13’ likely to release in late 2021: Report
Apple’s most coveted iPhone will be refreshed by the end of 2021 probably later than its regularised September event.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed that the so-called “iPhone 13,” could be bolstered by specification upgrades, as well as market share gain because of the US ban on Huawei.
According to the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will also release a new 5G iPhone SE in the first half of 2022, followed by a slate of flagship “iPhone 14” models with under-display Touch ID and lower prices, AppleInsider reported.
Kuo expects iPhone shipments to reach 230 million to 240 million units in 2021 and 250 million to 260 million units in 2022.
Apple will release two high-end and two lower-end iPhone models in the latter half of 2022.
Both standard-sized models will pack 6.1-inch displays, while both “Max” devices will have 6.7-inch displays, and could suggest an end to Apple’s 5.4-inch iPhone mini-series.
Those devices could benefit from growth drivers like under-display fingerprint and a wide camera upgrade to 48MP.
Apple could drop the price for at least one larger iPhone model to somewhere in the sub-$900 range.
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