Apple’s iPhone 13 lineup is likely to be announced in or around September but the new handsets might have appeared in the Eurasian Economic Commission’s (ECC) database already.

The EEC requires that all devices that offer encryption be entered into its database for use in specific countries, including Russia.

That means that they sometimes get entered into the database long before they are announced and it’s a database that’s outed unannounced products before.

As many as seven different unannounced phones have been added to the database, as spied by Consomac. They include mode numbers A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643, and A2645.

We don’t expect huge changes in terms of physical design for iPhone 13 models, although bigger batteries and a smaller notch are looking increasingly likely based on previous leaks. A new 120Hz ProMotion display is also thought to be coming to the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max models, too.

If all goes well we can expect Apple to announce new iPhones early in September, with a launch taking place towards the end of the month. However, chip shortages and COVID-19 restrictions could see that timescale differ from previous schedules as was the case last year.

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