Apple’s iPhone 13 lineup may be here sooner than you think. With model numbers already submitted for US and international release, speculation is running wild on what the future holds for the newest member of the iPhone family.
The release is said to be ‘ahead of schedule,’ which is encouraging but the release date is still a mystery. What we do know is that the days of low storage issues will be a problem no more.
The 13 Pro models will start at 128GB with mid-range being offered at a huge increase of 512GB, but the hot news is the top-tier 1TB of storage being offered.
These huge steps in storage may be the result of not only the number of photos users store on their phones but how they take them. Giving users 1TB would make using Apple’s ProRaw photography much more palatable. Yes, the pictures are stunning, but they take up a stunning amount of storage too.
More storage can solve a lot of problems for a lot of people, and it gives Apple an edge over the competition who don’t have a standard storage plan of such epic proportions. So now you can download apps and movies to your hearts content.
While Apple doesn’t necessarily need an edge, recent price cutting from Samsung and others have created some pressure in the price department. Sales of iPhone 12 models suggest Apple doesn’t need to compete in the price department, upping the most requested items will keep their users coming back for more and not questioning the cost.
Continuing to grant customer wishes, Apple has increased the battery life in the 13 models. The Pro Max will have the largest battery ever put into an iPhone and will give users an anticipated and astounding 18% gain. Other models will have more modest gains but will still offer more life than before.
To accommodate the larger battery, the new design is anticipated to be thicker than previous models. This may be a welcome change for users who have been wondering how skinny a phone can actually get.
Adding more boost to the battery will be next gen 5G modems that are up to 20% more power efficient than the 12. This may cause a little phone envy for the buyers of the 12 Pro Max, but these are big steps forward in the features that buyers love the most.
Apple has submitted seven new iPhone models to an official regulatory body, the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), one short of their anticipated eight. That means that one model may not have a full international release.
The one most likely to be left behind is the iPhone mini. Lackluster sales in the model 12 may limit the release on the 13 model. But even with one phone sitting on the bench, the tech giant is set to make record sales again with this new batch of iPhones.
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Sally Jones says
Thanks for the update on the latest and greatest in iPhones! The one change I was hoping for, and moved quickly through the list for….was a new consistent and stable text message alert!!! I can’t tell you how many important messages I’ve missed because the alert simply doesn’t happen/. I know from all the user group comments that I am not the only lone who sees this as an issue. PLEASE, Apple, won’t you listen to us????!!!!
I have been receiving text messages with multiple numbers attached. Not of these are in my contact list. How can I block these numbers? They started coming at 3am.