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Tech Analysts Project Apple iPhone 13 Release Date

Here’s when experts think the smartphone might drop.

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Tech Analysts Project Apple iPhone 13 Release Date

Here’s when experts think the smartphone might drop.

Despite the relatively recent release of the iPhone 12, tech insiders are already gearing up for Apple‘s next generation smartphone. Trusted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that four versions of the next device — tentatively dubbed the iPhone 13 — will release later this year.

The expert believes that the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be unveiled at the September keynote, typically held after Labor Day during the second week of the month. If Apple sticks to its pattern of releasing a new iPhone one-and-a-half weeks after the keynote event, customers could see the iPhone 13 hit stores as soon as September 17.

Granted, Apple still hasn’t made any official announcements — stay tuned as updates emerge.

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