Apple is working on its upcoming iPhone 13 lineup which is said to introduce three models namely iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. And according to the latest news, the company is planning to boost the initial production this year to 90 million units.
As per Bloomberg, the iPhone 13 models will be produced 20% more than the last year’s 75 million in the initial production. Also, there are several expected features known from the report which outlines the iPhone 13 series.
The lineup will include four models as already known which ones. The announcement of these next-generation iPhones is likely to happen in September and at least one model from the Pro lineup will get an LTPO display to enable variable refresh rates.
The long-rumor and the wish of users might get sorted this time, as the company is expected to decrease the notch size in favor of a bigger screen. There may be some camera improvements in terms of optical zoom and video capturing.
As already known, Apple every year upgrades the SoC of its iPhone series, and this time the new iPhone will equip the A15 Bionic chip with the same 6-core design as the current one. And lastly, there won’t be any in-display fingerprint scanner, not for at least this year.