iPhone 13 Series Debuts on 13th September, Industry Sources Map Out the Complete Timeline

Faisal Rasool

As the launch for the iPhone 13 draws ever nearer, a concrete launch timeline surfaces. Apple has yet to publish any official details, but the Chinese blog, MyDrivers, has reported the announcement and availability details. Jon Prosser, a credible phone leaker with a long history of Apple-related leaks, tweeted the same timeline.

The big release is slated for 14th September, as reported by multiple sources. Apple will be showcasing its four new iPhones, namely the iPhone 13, 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max.

The new series will be available for pre-order from 17th September. Sales begin on 24th September alongside the Apple Watch Series 7 that will also be showcased at the 14th September event.

The pricing details are conflicting, with some reports claiming that it will be priced the same as the iPhone 12 while others note a 20% hike due to the global semiconductor shortage, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. The iPhone 12 series maintained the prices despite leaving the charger and accessories out of the box. At any rate, the prices don't seem to be falling any time soon.

In related news, rumor had it that Apple is skipping one generation in the iPhone 13 naming. But a leaked photograph has also surfaced that features the retail box packaging, without stating the iPhone mobile price. It confirms not only that production is in its final stages but also the iPhone 13 title.

Mr. Prosser, citing anonymous sources, went on record to say that Apple will send out invites for the event in the first week of September. So these leaks should be verified soon enough. We'll keep you posted as the story develops.


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