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Apple may make more units of iPhone 13 than any other iPhone

NEW DELHI: Cupertino-based tech giant Apple is expected to launch its next-generation iPhone 13 in September this year. Now a new online report suggests that the company is looking at boosting the initial production of iPhone 13 models.
According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple is asking its suppliers to speed up the production for this year’s iPhone 13 models. As per the report, by the end of this year, Apple expects to ship 90 million units of the iPhone 13.
Apple’s big ‘bet’ on iPhone 13
The report reveals that usually, Apple orders 75 million units for the new iPhone for its launch period, which runs from September till the end of this year. However, this year the company is planning to increase the production by 20%.
As per Bloomberg, Apple believes that the iPhone models this year will witness stronger sales as the Covid-19 vaccination drive is in progress across the globe. Also, this will be the second iPhone to support 5G network, which will push the users to upgrade.
What to expect from iPhone 13
The Bloomberg report also revealed some details about the upcoming iPhone series. The report added that the iPhone 13 model will have the same size as the current generation ranging from 5.4-inch to 6.7-inch.
Apple is also said to introduce two entry-level models and two advanced models. Bloomberg also reported that at least one iPhone this year will come with an LTPO display, which is designed to offer a variable refresh rate.
Rumours suggest that the display of the iPhone 13 Pro model will offer a 120Hz refresh rate. The company is not said to experiment a lot with the design and the iPhone 13 models will come with a pretty much similar design.
The report also mentions that the upcoming iPhone models will come with updated cameras which will include optical zoom and new video recording functionalities. Apple is also said to be testing iPhone models without a notch and with Touch ID under the screen, but these features will not be included in this year’s lineup.

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