The first batch of iPhone 13 will not suffer

With the onset of September, before the event dedicated to the announcement of the iPhone 13, the bill went already for days. Earlier it was reported that the number of smartphones iPhone 13 at the time of entry into the market will be limited due to the problems faced by key suppliers Apple.

However, the latest news from the supply chain indicates that Apple's stock is still very stable. Therefore, informed informants claim that at least the first batch of iPhone 13 smartphones will not be affected. However, its volume is not reported. Recall that last year, with the release of the iPhone 12, only those who were one of the first to pre-order their smartphones received their smartphones on time. The wait time was then gradually increased to several weeks until Apple ramped up production.

In addition, Apple released the eighth beta of iOS 15 this week, with confirmation that the iPhone 13 lineup will have four models: iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. They will receive screens with a diagonal of 5.4, 6.1, 6.1, and 6.7 inches, respectively. All screens will feature a small cutout for the front camera. For the first time in four years, the company has reduced the size of this cutout.

Smartphones will receive a single-chip Apple A15 Bionic system, larger batteries in all four models of the line, improved cameras, reinforced Magsafe magnets, microphones with beamforming technology, and other improvements.

The iPhone 13 line is expected to launch on September 14th with pre-orders starting September 17th.

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