Here we have some more information about the impending iPhone 13 lineup and other items one day before Apple’s event named California Streaming. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the top analyst who is popular for tipping information on the company’s impending products ahead of the company launch.
Consequently, since none of this is affirmed, it’s possibly a trustworthy anticipation-setter. According to Kuo, on the front side of the upcoming iPhone, there will be three storage options for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini: 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB. That indicates the 64 GB option, which is extremely small at this point for the majority of its users, is gone, as per the report issued by Mashable.
Furthermore, the bigger iPhone model is also reported to come with a storage tweak in the opposite direction. As a result, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Max will supposedly be accessible with four storage options, the same three aforementioned, and a new 1 TB model that’s a first for iPhones.
Kuo sounded a cautionary note for those expecting to score one of the latest iPhones immediately. Continuous component shortages all over the world could come for the California-based Cupertino giant, Apple also.
However, an investor’s report indicated that this could be more of a danger for former models only, supposedly as the iPhone manufacturer knows its most recent devices are the most exclusive after and consequently dedicated more manufacturing to the latest stuff.
According to Mashable, further details are approaching on the AirPods front, with Kuo hinting that Tuesday will bring our first appearance at the AirPods 3. Unfortunately, it seems that those won’t switch the AirPods 2.
On the other hand, they will either come with a greater price than the earlier model, which retails for USD 159 or incite a price reduction for the AirPods 2. However, it seems that both models will continue to exist for the time being.
The AirPods 3 are anticipated to feature a redesign that places them closer to the AirPods Pro, launched in 2019. The latest model, according to reports, won’t provide active noise cancellation; however, it is going to feature head-tracking Spatial Audio. That’s seemingly it for the AirPods, even though; Kuo doesn’t anticipate an update for the Pro before 2022.
However, all the leaks and guesses about the impending products will be put to an end with Apple’s event called California Streaming, which is expected to happen tomorrow at 1:00 pm ET. (ANI)
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