Apple’s camera bump could be getting even bigger in 2021


Apple’s next flagship lineup is already the subject of an active rumor mill, and it’s still months away from a release. The latest rumor around the iPhone 13, or whatever Apple decides to name the successor to last year’s iPhone 12, concerns its design. MacRumors released new renders comparing the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro to the 12 and 12 Pro, illustrating the new phones’ alleged increase in thickness and larger camera bump (here’s every difference we expect between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13).



text: Apple's iPhone 13 is not expected to have many design changes, but that hasn't stopped the rumors and speculation about what it might look like. EverythingApplePro


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Apple’s iPhone 13 is not expected to have many design changes, but that hasn’t stopped the rumors and speculation about what it might look like. EverythingApplePro



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iPhone 13 rendering


What else can we expect from Apple’s 2021 lineup? According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, we should expect to see four models again this year: the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max — just like the iPhone 12 lineup. We can also expect some new iPhone 13 camera features and a slew of other things to get excited about

The iPhone 13 lineup should get a September release date if rumors come true, so there’s still plenty of time between now and the fall Apple event for rumors to really start to fly. Read on to find the latest rumors about the iPhone 13’s price, design, specs, camera features and more. We’ll update this story as new information becomes available.

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Release date: iPhone 13 should be here by mid-September

So far, there’s no official or unofficial word on when we can expect to see Apple’s next iPhone. An April report suggested the manufacturing of the iPhones’ new chips were running ahead of schedule, putting the iPhone 13 release date back on Apple’s pre-pandemic timeline. Usually, we can predict with some degree of accuracy when Apple’s iPhone events will occur and extrapolate a release date based on that. 

But 2020 was a different story — it was the first September Apple event in eight years without an iPhone — thanks to delays in production due to the coronavirus pandemic. This year, however, Kuo is also forecasting business as usual for…

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