iPhone 13 Pro: Apple has announced its California Streaming event on September 14th, where it will unveil its next-generation iPhones, Apple Watch Series 7, and much more, following previous reports and leaks. Now, just one day before the event, renowned Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo claims that Apple will drop the 64GB storage option for the iPhone 13 series in favor of a 1TB storage option for higher-end models.
On September 14, Apple will release 1TB iPhone 13 models, among other things.
According to 9to5Mac, the report is based on a new investor report by Kuo. According to the rumor, Apple is planning to release the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini with storage capacities of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. Apple, on the other hand, is said to be planning a 1TB storage variant for the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max.
However, Kuo cautions that similar to the production difficulties with the Apple Watch Series 7, Apple may face supply constraints for its next iPhone models. Despite this, the analyst believes that supply difficulties will have little impact on iPhone 13 shipments.
The iPhone 13 series, according to Kuo, will have reduced notches and 120Hz screens (finally!). In addition, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the iPhone 13 models will include portrait video mode and a new ProRes video format. In addition, the next-generation iPhone handsets will have bigger batteries than earlier versions. They are also expected to enable 25W fast charging. As a result of the upgraded hardware and enhanced capabilities, the iPhone 13 series might be more expensive than previous models.
Apart from the iPhone 13 series and new Apple Watch models, Kuo claims that Apple will also unveil the AirPods 3 at the event. Images of the gadget leaked earlier this year, showing an AirPods Pro-like appearance and implying compatibility for Active Noise Cancelation (ANC).
Tomorrow (September 14th), the firm will live-stream its California Streaming event on its official YouTube channel and website. Stay tuned for additional updates as we will be following the event in real-time.