A major event in technology, the iPhone’s yearly update is one of the most anticipated every year: it’s the phone that many people want to buy, the phone that sets trends, and the phone that everyone else is trying to outdo.

While leaks and speculations are nothing new in the world of technology, obtaining knowledge regarding unreleased Apple products is a relatively uncommon occurrence in the world of technology. Although they don’t leak as extensively as a Samsung or Google phone, we’re compiling everything we’ve heard so far about the iPhone models for 2021 right here for your convenience.

1.When and how much will the Apple iPhone 13 cost?

Apple’s iPhone event is usually held in the second week of September, on a Tuesday, to coincide with the release of the iPhone 6. If the year 2020 had been a normal year, the iPhone 12 would almost certainly have been launched on September 8, 2020, according to predictions.

Due to the current global scenario, 2020 was, without a doubt, a unique year in many ways. It was instead on October 13 that Apple unveiled the iPhone 12 series, breaking with tradition and making it more difficult to predict when Apple would unveil the iPhone 13 (or iPhone 14).

If the pattern returns to normal for 2021, as has been predicted, the iPhone 13 event may take place on September 7, according to reports. According to reports, availability may begin as early as the third week of September. Of course, nothing has been verified as of yet, and nothing will be confirmed until at least the end of August 2021.

In terms of pricing, we anticipate that the iPhone 13 series will begin around the same level as the iPhone 12 series.

2.What will the iPhone 2021 be called?

  • iPhone 13/14 mini
  • iPhone 13/14
  • iPhone 13/14 Pro 
  • iPhone 13/14 Pro Max

Prior to 2017, it was very straightforward to guess what the next iPhone will be named. Apple utilized consecutive numbers from the iPhone 3G all the way up to the iPhone 8, and that was the end of it.

Given that the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max were all released in 2020, it’s safe to assume that the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be released in 2021, assuming there are four iPhones again – there may not be a mini, according to rumors – if there are four iPhones again.

However, since the number 13 is often linked with bad luck, it’s possible that Apple may omit the number 13 altogether and instead rename 2021 iPhones the iPhone 14 small, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max instead. There has also been speculation about the iPhone 12S, so the final name is still up in the air for the time being.


borders that are more square

The Apple iPhone 12 versions were released with a new design that was more in line with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 than the previous generations. Since a result, it is probable that the iPhone 13 models will retain their current appearance, as a design update after two years would be uncommon.

Our hopes are that the top of the screen on the 2021 versions will have a smaller notch than the current models – as has been indicated in several rumors – or that there will be no notch at all.

A patent application for a phone with no notch has already been submitted, but how Face ID would be handled on such a device remains a mystery. It has also been reported that a notch-less smartphone would not be available until 2023.

Additionally, according to other rumors surrounding the design, a matte black or bronze finish, as well as a coating on the stainless steel frame of the Pro variant, are all possible options for the device’s exterior. There have also been reports that the new versions are thicker, although, in fact, it’s doubtful that you’d detect a difference between them.


OLED 120Hz refresh rate displays that are always on

Due to the fact that all of the iPhone 12 models have OLED displays, it seems probable that all of the iPhone 13 models will feature OLED displays as well.

There were rumors of a variable refresh rate for the iPhone 12 models, with a 120Hz refresh rate that could be reduced to 60Hz when required. However, this never materialized, so it’s possible that we’ll see it on the models released in 2021. Samsung is reported to be manufacturing LTPO screens for the Pro versions – and production is supposed to have begun – thus it’s conceivable that the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max may feature variable refresh rates of 120Hz.

A 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch versions, and a 6.7-inch model are all available in the iPhone 12 series, as well as other sizes. Because the display sizes are changing for 2020, we expect them to remain the same for 2021, but anything is possible.

Some rumors also claimed that the iPhone 12 models will have fingerprint sensors embedded in their displays. Due to the fact that this did not appear, it is possible that this may be something that the iPhone 13 models will seek to include with Face ID. Another possibility is an always-on display, with symbols such as the clock and battery remaining visible even when the screen is locked, as well as notification bars that faintly illuminate when a notice is received rather than the whole screen when a notification arrives.


  • Pro models likely to be better
  • Improvements likely
  • Astrophotography mode?

There aren’t many rumors about the cameras on the iPhone 13 models right now, but we believe Apple will continue with providing a superior camera system on the iPhone 13 Pro models for the time being. We’re hopeful that the regular iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be able to provide the same functionality in the future.

There have been rumors that all models in the iPhone 13 lineup would be equipped with sensor-shift image stabilization, which is presently available on the iPhone 12 Pro Max. This would be fantastic to see implemented across the board. There has also been speculation about an upgraded ultra-wide sensor, with all four models moving to a lens with an f/1.8 aperture, rather than the f/2.4 aperture offered on the iPhone 12 models. However, it has also been suggested that only the Pro models will receive the upgrade and that this upgrade will include autofocus.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max variant is also expected to have a primary sensor with an aperture of f/1.5.

Additionally, reports have surfaced of an automated astrophotography mode that activates when the stars or moon are spotted when taking a picture, as well as rumors of a redesign to allow for a smaller protrusion on the Pro versions.

It has been reported that the camera housings on the iPhone 13 models would be thicker in order to provide a more smooth finish.

Additionally, it has been reported that there will be three improvements in terms of functionality, including the addition of Portrait mode to video (which is supposed to be dubbed Cinematic video), a tool called ProRES, and a new filtering process.

Hardware and software are the sixth and seventh items.

With the iPhone 12 series providing 5G connectivity, it seems likely that the iPhone 13 models will do the same. They will also very certainly be powered by the A15 chip and iOS 15 software, the latter of which was showcased at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) at the beginning of June. It has also been said that they would all be equipped with Qualcomm’s X60 5G modem.

For the iPhone 13 models, it is said that battery capacities have been added to China’s 3C (China Compulsory Certificate) certification site for testing. According to reports, the iPhone 13 Pro Max will have a battery capacity of 4352mAh, the iPhone 13 will have a battery capacity of 3095mAh, and the iPhone 13 small will have a battery capacity of 2406mAh. All of them are a little bit bigger than their predecessors.

Various other hardware and software features have yet to be revealed in rumors, but we can expect to learn more about them in the coming months.

what has happened so far with the Apple iPhone 13 rumors.

Here’s all we know about the iPhone 13 models that have been shown so far.

12 August 2021: The Apple iPhone 13 series, which will be released next month, will most likely feature larger batteries.

Apple’s iPhone 13 series is expected to have bigger batteries, according to a report from Taiwanese market research company TrendForce. The study also confirms a number of other speculations about the iPhone 13.

New iPhones with even better Pro cameras will be available starting on August 10, 2021.

Apple’s iPhone 13 series is anticipated to be unveiled in September, and according to renowned Apple leaker Mark Gurman for Bloomberg, the main selling points will be a few significant cameras and video upgrades.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro will feature an improved ultra-wide-angle lens with autofocus when it launches on June 28, 2021.

An analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, predicted that the iPhone 13 Pro models would arrive with a better ultra-wide-angle lens with focusing and that the regular iPhone models would get the update in 2022, according to the article.

24 June 2021: Is it possible that Apple will release a 6.7-inch iPhone for less than $900 in 2022?

If the newest analyst estimate is to be accepted, Apple may introduce a cheaper, bigger iPhone in 2022 that is also more powerful. Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the gadget will cost less than $900.

According to a source, the iPhone 13 mini will not be released until June 22, 2021.

This year, instead of the four models that were launched last year, Apple is believed to be concentrating on only three devices for September 2021. According to reports, Apple has scrapped plans for a follow-up to the iPhone 12 small due to the device’s dismal sales performance.

Apple releases a beta of iOS 15 on June 7, 2021.

During WWDC, Apple showed off a glimpse of iOS 15. A number of the new features that will be available on iPhones were discussed in depth during the presentation.

iPhone 13 battery specifications are disclosed in certification on June 2, 2021.

According to a Weibo rumor, the iPhone 13 battery capacity increased after the handsets through the 3C (China Compulsory Certificate) certification process.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro 120Hz screens are expected to go into production on June 1, 2021, according to reports.

According to a source from The Elec, Samsung Display has begun mass manufacturing of 120Hz LTPO screens, which are expected to be used in the iPhone 13 Pro and other variants. It has been reported that LG is manufacturing the displays for the regular iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 small models.

Apple iPhone 13 models may feature more visible camera housings as early as May 20, 2021.

As reported by MacRumours, leaked schematics indicate that the iPhone 13 models may be thicker than their predecessors, as well as having more prominent camera housings, which would allow for a flusher overall finish.

Apple will use Samsung Electro-Mechanics to provide the RFPCB for the iPhone 13 on May 4, 2021.

According to a story published by The Elec, Samsung Electro-Mechanics would provide its rigid-flexible printed circuit boards (RFPCB) to Apple for use in the iPhone 13 variants.

The iPhone 13 is expected to have a significantly smaller notch than prior generations, according to leaked photos released on April 19, 2021.

Twitter user DuanRui shared a leaked picture that he said was of the iPhone 13, which showed a notch that had been minimized., 2021

iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will ship on April 19, 2021, with next-generation LTPO screens and ProMotion variable refresh rates.

According to Display Supply Chain Consultants analyst Ross Young, both the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max will have next-generation LTPO screens with ProMotion technology built-in.

It is possible that the refresh rate will be increased to 120Hz, which would enhance the fluidity and responsiveness of the display. In addition, it’s possible that the Apple Pencil will be supported on the iPhone, given that the iPad Pro with ProMotion has a 20ms delay.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max may include an f/1.5 wide-angle camera on the 31st of March in 2021.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the iPhone 13 Pro Max will feature a wide-angle camera with an aperture of f/1.5.

Will the iPhone 13 have a matte black finish when it is released on March 29, 2021?

According to tipster Max Weinbach, the iPhone 13 will be available in a matte black finish, with a golden finish also being suggested. Weinbach also indicated that the camera on the iPhone 13 Pro versions will be modified to have a reduced protrusion on the back.

Leaked panels indicate that the Apple iPhone 13 will eventually feature a reduced notch on March 24, 2021.

MacRumors received several leaked panels that indicate the iPhone 13 models will have a reduced notch and earpiece that will be moved to the bottom of the phone.

iPhone 13 will be on sale ‘by the end of September 2021,’ according to Apple on March 23, 2021.

According to MacRumours, Apple will likely release its iPhone 13 variants in accordance with their usual release dates, with availability predicted for the third week of September, based on Wedbush analyst Dan Ives’ predictions.

22nd of March, 2021: According to reports, Samsung will provide LTPO screens for iPhone 13 models equipped with ProMotion.

AppleInsider claimed that Samsung is preparing to manufacture LTPO screens for Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, which will enable 120Hz refresh rates. Apple has not confirmed the story. According to the article, Samsung may begin mass manufacturing as early as the first half of 2021.

2 March 2021: Apple’s iPhone 13 range may have a lower notch cutout and larger batteries, according to reports.

All four iPhone 13 models, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, will have the same dimensions as the iPhone 12 variants. The iPhone 13 Pro versions, according to Cook, would include new LTPO screens with 120Hz refresh rates, an improved ultra-wide camera with an f/1.8 aperture lens with autofocus, and an upgraded ultra-wide camera with autofocus.

Increased battery capacity and reduced display cutouts were also rumored, although Kuo said that there will be no portless design this year, no USB Type-C and that all models would utilize Qualcomm’s X60 5G modem as standard.

1 March 2021: How the iPhone 13 could function if it does not have a Lightning connector

According to reports, the iPhone 13 will not have a Lightning connector, and multiple teams have been charged with devising a method for recovering an iPhone if anything goes wrong with it that does not require connecting it into iTunes, as has historically been the case.

Apple iPhone 13 may feature an always-on display and an astrophotography option, according to a report published on February 15, 2021.

According to leaked information from Max Weinbach, the iPhone 13 may have an always-on display as well as an automated astrophotography mode that activates when stars or the moon are spotted in the night sky.

Apple iPhone 13 models may be equipped with an improved ultra-wide camera as early as February 2021.

All four iPhone 13 models, according to Barclays analysts, will have an improved ultra-wide camera, while the iPhone 13 Pro will also include the enhanced telephoto lens from the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

iPhone 13 with in-display Touch ID will be released on February 2, 2021? According to new allegations, the answer is yes.

The Wall Street Journal claimed that it had received information from two former Apple workers that an optical Touch ID system, in addition to Face ID, may be implemented beneath the display.

On the 21st of January in the year 2021, sensor-shift stabilization for the iPhone 12 Max may be added to all iPhone 13 or 14 phones.

The Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with a slew of additional camera features, including sensor-shift image stabilization, which almost eliminates camera shaking in most situations. According to sources, the technology is expected to be used throughout the whole next-generation iPhone range, including dual-lens versions.

Apple is allegedly working on foldable iPhone screens and in-screen Touch ID technology for release on January 16, 2021.

In a report by Bloomberg, it was suggested that the iPhone 2021 may have an in-screen fingerprint sensor.

Apple is aiming to adjust the notch on the iPhone 13 in January 2021, but don’t anticipate a complete redesign of the smartphone.

According to a rumor from Japanese publication Mac Otakara, the iPhone 13 will have a design that is almost similar to the current crop of Apple devices, with the exception of the notch, which may be tweaked compared to prior generations.

The iPhone 13 may feature an in-display fingerprint sensor as well as a Face ID on October 18, 2020.

Apparently, according to a story released by BGR, a leaker has claimed that the iPhone 13 would have Touch ID underneath the display in addition to Face ID.

Video leaked on August 26, 2020, and it seems to reveal high refresh rate settings.

On the internet, a video claiming to show the iPhone 12 Max display has appeared. The video seems to corroborate the high refresh rate options for the Pro and Pro Max, which were previously reported. Given that the iPhone 12 Pro Max does not have this function, it’s possible that it will be included in the iPhone 13 Pro versions.

In the July 2020 issue of FrontPage Technology, we learn that higher 120Hz refresh rate screens may be arriving at iPhones in 2021.

According to analyst Ross Young, his sources believe that 120Hz technology would be included in the iPhone series in 2021.

On April 20, 2020, a smaller notch will be introduced.

Several rumors have indicated that the iPhone 12 would feature a reduced notch, but that all of the Face ID sensors will still be there and functioning. This would basically just imply that the speaker has been relocated higher into the phone’s bezel, as has been the case with many Android smartphones in the past.

Due to the fact that the iPhone 12 models did not have this feature, all eyes are now focused on the iPhone 13 models.

Apple has submitted a patent for a phone with no-notch on December 31st, 2019.

It seems that Apple has filed patents for a phone that does not have a notch, but this raises the issue of how the company would implement Face ID if there isn’t enough room for the necessary hardware.

Apple iPhone renderings indicate no-notch as of September 30th, 2019.

Ben Geskin created some renderings of what the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max might have looked like if the notch had been removed, which you can see below. If Apple decides to make this change for the iPhone 13 models, we’ve kept them in place for now.

Apple is creating an in-screen sensor, according to BEN GESKIN on September 5, 2019.

According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on an in-display fingerprint identification technology that will be similar to the solutions that have been adopted by companies like Samsung, OnePlus, Huawei, and other similar organizations.

Expected to be a Touch ID-branded feature that would operate in conjunction with Face ID, enabling users to skip their smartphone’s lock screen with more efficiency while also processing payments on their device.

Touch ID is still alive and well on August 5, 2019. Apple’s 2021 iPhone may have fingerprint recognition technology built into the touchscreen.

Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities, predicts that Apple will include an ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensor with the iPhone 2021. According to Kuo, the technology would operate in conjunction with Apple’s Face ID.

His other prediction was that the notch will get smaller for the 2020 iPhone – which did not happen – before being eliminated entirely for the 2021 iPhone.


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