iPhone 13

After much speculation, Apple will host an event on September 14 and it will most likely be the debut of the iPhone 13.

Apple has confirmed this through an event poster it sent to the press, which very clearly marks the September 14 launch event. Apple’s senior vice president of marketing tweeted this short clip, not hinting at any device though.



They are expected to change little from the iPhone 12, but it appears that the company will change the design of the rear camera. It will apparently have a diagonal lens arrangement.


Apple may introduce some new shades with the iPhone 13 series, with two versions rumored to be pink and orange. Along with them, we expect to see shades similar to those of the last generation, such as purple, black and white.


Screen sizes and resolutions are expected to remain the same across the entire iPhone 13 product line, but both the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are rumored to debut with 120Hz refresh rates. That means the image on these screens will be smoother than on previous iPhones.


Apple is expected to be tweaking the camera on the iPhone 13 series, and the two Pro phones can get an improved ultra-wide shooter. The iPhone 13 Pro may also have an improved telephoto camera, plus some leaks suggest LiDAR could be present in all four models, so it will have improved depth perception, although the most recent leaks don’t mention this.


The A15 chipset will likely power each of these phones, although current reports suggest this won’t bring a huge power boost. It is also widely rumored that Apple may release a 1TB iPhone for the first time in 2021, thus allowing for the largest iPhone sizes ever. You can also expect a bigger battery inside the 2021 phones. They are expected to be noticeably larger, expecting an iPhone 13 more durable than your previous iPhones.





tel. 06-6454-8833(平日 10:00~17:00)