Apple’s new iPhone may appear soon, but we will not be sure until later. After sniffing out all the clues and rumors, we may have a guess about the release date of the iPhone 13.
We haven’t heard the official news yet, but Apple’s next-generation iPhone, which is expected to be called iPhone 13, may be listed in September at the tech giant’s fall event along with Apple Watch 7 and AirPods 3.
Apple initially stated that starting in September, all employees must enter the office three days a week. Gulman said that if Apple sticks to the September time frame, then face-to-face iPhone13 events will be “reasonable.” Now, he is looking forward to another online-only event.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that although this event may be virtual, we expect that this new phone will have four versions: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Apple’s first event in 2021 took place in April, where we saw the new iPad, color iMac, purple iPhone 12 and AirTags tracker. Then came WWDC in June, where we saw iOS 15 for the first time.
But no one expected the iPhone 13 to be released so early. So when can we expect Apple to launch its next-generation flagship phone?
Apple has not yet hinted at any iPhone 13 event date.
However, based on Apple’s history, we can usually predict when the company’s iPhone incident will occur and make educated guesses about the release date based on this.
If all of this is true, we can expect to see the iPhone13 for the first time at an event at some point in September.
In a report to investors reported by MacRumors, Wedbush Securities analyst Daniel Ives revealed that Apple may plan to release the iPhone13 in the “third week of September.” This means sometime between Monday, September 13 and Friday, September 20.
Apple usually holds events on Tuesday or Wednesday, and the iPhone’s release date is usually about a week and a half after Apple announces the new device.
If this is true and Ives is correct, then iPhone13 may be released on Tuesday, September 14 or Wednesday, September 15.
We may also see the iPhone13 earlier. A few years ago, CNET delved into Apple’s timeline of events and came up with a compelling Labor Day hypothesis, which you can read here. According to the 2021 calendar, Labor Day rules set the September Apple event on September 8.