IPhone 13 models won’t face lag like iPhone 12 series: Ming-Chi Kuo
IPhone 13 models will not suffer delays like the iPhone 12 series did this year, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly reported. Apple released its iPhone 12 series of smartphones later than usual due to various coronavirus-related reasons. The launch event took place in October instead of September and mass production of the iPhone 12 models started in September, as opposed to early summer. Kuo also claims that the new iPhone 13 models will be powered by the A15 SoC.
Apple It is expected to return to its typical production cycle with the iPhone 13 models. iPhone 12 Apple, like all other manufacturers, faced production problems this year due to the ongoing pandemic and the iPhone 12 models were released later than usual. Usually the company introduces new iPhone models in September, but this time, the iPhone 12 series was thrown out in October. iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max came later in November.
The well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, according to a report by Macrumors, has said that the Cupertino giant will get back on track with mass production of its iPhone 13 models that could be powered by the A15 SoC. This suggests that the iPhone 13 models will launch in September, which is the typical cycle for the company.
Additionally, Kuo shared that TSMC’s capacity utilization rate for A14 SoCs, which is expected to drop from 100% to 80%, is only due to “seasonality factors.” While there have been some shortages related to cameras with the iPhone 12 Pro models, the demand for iPhone models is still strong.
As of now, there is no official information on the iPhone 13 series, but Kuo shared Last month the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will come with improved ultra-wide cameras. Also, all iPhone 14 models may have better ultra-wide camera sensors.