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When will Apple reveal the iPhone 13?  When will it reach the users?  Know the expected dates

When will Apple reveal the iPhone 13? When will it reach the users? Know the expected dates

close phone iPhone 13 The new arrival, as the long-awaited super phone will arrive soon, as Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 13 on Tuesday, September 14 or Wednesday, September 15, and pre-orders will likely become available on Friday, September 17, and the actual release date is likely to fall On Friday 24 September.

Remember that last year, Apple introduced iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, and this year is expected iPhone 13 – along with many other releases, but Apple hasn’t publicly confirmed the iPhone 13 yet, but it would be a complete shock if the company didn’t reveal it in September.

Most importantly, Apple sticks to a clear pattern of iPhone releases each year, with the big launch event always taking place in September, generally falling early in the month — usually on a Tuesday or Wednesday, but of course, Apple could change course this year and surprise us. Completely.

In terms of iPhone 13 specifications, it’s very likely that it will support 5G – like the list of iPhones last year, and you can also expect to see a new A15 processor from Apple, and even the possibility of the return of Touch ID, and the company abandoned Touch ID in favor of Face ID that works on iPhone 13. Wiping the mug with your iPhone X back in 2017.

This used to mean that Apple could fit larger screens into the iPhone — by removing the home button, but now wearing face masks is so prevalent, Face ID is less useful than it used to be, and more expensive versions of the iPhone can get Fingerprint scanner later this year.

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Most importantly, this new version of Touch ID won’t require the Home button, instead it will be embedded in the screen, hidden below the screen, meaning Apple can still put a giant screen on the iPhone – just like all iPhone X devices – style so far.