After record-breaking iPhone 12 sales, Apple expects a similar trend for the next iPhone 13. According to a report shared from Bloomberg, the company will increase the production of the iPhone 13 for the launch period. So in total 90 million devices will be available compared to the 75 million normally ordered for this period.
Almost two months before the announcement, Apple asks its suppliers to accelerate production of the next-generation iPhone. According to the report, the main reason for ordering more iPhone units is that the company likely believes that this year’s devices will see stronger sales as COVID-19 vaccination progresses around the world. This year will be the second iPhone update with support for 5G networks, which can push more people to upgrade.
Apple increases offer for iPhone 13
The report confirms that at least one of the new iPhones this year will have an LTPO display, capable of offering a variable refresh rate. Rumors suggest that the iPhone 13 Pro will have a 120Hz display for the first time, as will the iPad Pro. Although the external design will remain largely the same, Apple is working on a smaller TrueDepth camera to reduce the notch size. .
According to the information available on the design of the iPhone 13 or iPhone 12SAs it might also be called, it will continue to be available in the same sizes as the current generation, ranging from 5.4 inches to 6.7 inches. Code-named D16, D17, D63 and D64, the company is expected to continue with two entry-level models and two more advanced models, which are known as the “Pro” line.