New Report Backs Up iPhone 13 Claims Of Bigger Batteries, mmWave 5G In More Countries

Apple is widely expected to announce a suite of new iPhones next month, with iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max on the horizon. Now a new report has backed up a previous ones that suggested we can expect a few changes — including larger batteries.

According to a new TrendForce report, it expects Apple’s new iPhone 13 models to bring larger batteries to the table when compared with the models from last year.

It also expects that a new 5nm Apple-designed A15 Bionic will be the chip that powers all four new iPhones, too.

Part of the iPhone 12 announcement last year was the arrival of 5G, but full mmWave support was only made available in the United States. The report says we should expect the same feature to come to more countries this year, bringing super-fast speeds to more customers.

Finally, the report says that we should expect the iPhone 13 models to be priced similarly to the outgoing iPhone 12 versions, despite their improved performance and new screen technology — the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are widely expected to feature a new 120Hz panel.

All being well we expect Apple to announce the new iPhones towards the middle of September, while a release will probably come a week later.

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