Following previous reports and leaks, Apple is announcing a California streaming event, including the next-generation iPhone, Apple Watch Series 7, and more on September 14. Now, just one day before the event, reputable Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo suggested that Apple discontinue the 64GB storage option for the iPhone 13 series and add a 1TB storage variant for high-end models. bottom.
1TB iPhone 13 model etc. will appear on September 14th
The report comes from 9to5Mac It cites a new investor report by Kuo. In a report, Apple analysts say the Cupertino giant is aiming to launch the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini with 128GB, 256GB and 512GB storage options. Meanwhile, Apple is reported to introduce a 1TB storage variant for the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max.
However, Kuo also warns that Apple may face a shortage of future iPhone models, as well as Apple Watch Series 7 production issues. Still, analysts expect supply issues to have a minimal impact on iPhone 13 shipments.
Earlier, Kuo reported that the iPhone 13 series comes with a small notch and a 120Hz display (finally!). Moreover, Bloomberg Mark Gurman later reported that the iPhone 13 model also brings a portrait video mode and a new ProRes video format. In addition, next-generation iPhone devices will have larger batteries than previous models. They are also rumored to come with 25W fast charging support. Therefore, as a result of all the new hardware and advanced features, the iPhone 13 series can be more expensive than the previous series.
Currently, in addition to the iPhone 13 series and next-generation Apple Watch models, Kuo says Apple will also launch the AirPods 3 at this event. I already saw an image of a device leak earlier this year. It shows an AirPods Pro-like design, suggesting support for Active Noise Canceling (ANC).
The company will livestream the California streaming event tomorrow (September 14th) on its official YouTube channel and website. We’ll also cover events in real time, so stay tuned for future updates.