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Apple iPhone 13 series may not see any launch delay in September 2021


NEW DELHI: This year Apple was not able to follow its regular timeline for the launch of iPhone 12. The ongoing pandemic situation forced factories around the world to shut down completely which affected Apple’s iPhone supply chains and resulted in a delayed iPhone launch. However, this will not happen again and we will witness a timely launch of iPhone 13, according to an Apple analyst.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that Apple will not likely face any such issue in the coming year and the iPhone 13 will launch as per schedule. This year the iPhone launch was pushed to October, which happened for the first time in 10 years. Apple usually starts mass production for the iPhone month ahead of their official launch event. But due to the disruptions in supply chain the company faced a delayed iPhone 12 launch.
But now Kuo suggests that Apple is on schedule for the next iPhone launch and its mass-production. It is expected that the company might call the next iPhone the iPhone 13. He further added that Apple is also on-track with the development of next-generation A15 SoC.
Recently, Apple launched its most expensive headphones in India. Called Apple AirPods Max, these are the first over-the-ear headphones from Apple and will compete with offerings from the likes of Bose, Sony, Jabra and others. The headphones come in five colour options — Space Gray, Silver, Sky Blue, Green and Pink. Priced at Rs 59,900, the headphones come powered by Apple’s H1 chip and uses computational audio to deliver superior audio quality
The headband of the AirPods Max is made of stainless steel with a mesh canopy on top. The device comes with magnetic ear cups which are detachable.

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