The presentation of the iPhone 13 will take place during the keynote organized this Tuesday, September 14. And the renowned Ming-Chi Kuo takes the opportunity to reveal significant information about this new range upstream. According to the analyst, Apple has notably abandoned 64 GB of storage and will offer up to 1 TB of storage for the Pro versions of its flagship.
It’s an event that attracts technophiles every year curious to discover what the Apple has concocted for them. This Tuesday will be Apple’s back-to-school keynote. The opportunity to finally know all the details on the characteristics of iPhone 13. It must be said that rumors around future flagships are legion. Along with a 120Hz always-on display, we also expect a new ultra-wide-angle sensor with autofocus. Or a satellite link to stay connected even without a network.
In addition, Ming-Chi Kuo has just announced a small revolution in the storage capacity of iPhone 13. According to this analyst (very focused on the firm at the apple), Apple has decided to withdraw from the 64 GB versions. Concretely, consumers will have the choice between iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini with 128, 256 or 512 GB of storage. For comparison, remember that the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini are available in the following configurations: 64, 128 and 256 GB.
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iPhone 13: towards more storage
And that’s not all. As usual, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be available in the aforementioned configurations (128, 256 and 512 GB). Except that a 1TB model will also be offered, anticipates the expert. This would be a great first for an iPhone! We will obviously get to the bottom of it on Tuesday evening!
On the sidelines of these announcements, the analyst stresses that the shortage of components may have an impact on shipments. In other words, the quantities of iPhone 13 shipped in the fourth quarter could be less than expected. The expert estimates that shipments are still likely to increase by more than 10% compared to those of iPhone 12 in 2020. And for good reason, Apple expects record sales of iPhone 13. In this regard , nearly one in two iPhone users are ready to buy it.