Apple suffered from delays in the announcement of the iPhone 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic, however now a well-known analyst says the iPhone 13 should not suffer from the same problems and should arrive on time, more specifically in September 2021.
The source this time is Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known analyst who almost always predicts Apple products and market trends about the company. This time he says the iPhone 13 should actually be announced in September 2021 and not in October as it did in 2020 due to complications due to the coronavirus.
Recalling what happened recently, even the sale of the new iPhone 12 took place in a different way, with the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro being launched in October and the iPhone 12 mini and 12 Pro Max models arriving on shelves only in November, which caused great confusion among fans of the brand who wish to have the new smartphones first hand.
Rumors suggest that the new iPhone 13 should arrive with a 120Hz screen, which was expected to be seen in the 2020 model, but probably due to problems involving the pandemic. Another improvement that should appear in the 2021 model will be new cameras with an even wider aperture to capture even better images in challenging conditions.