According to DigiTimes, Apple is preparing for mass production of the iPhone 13, already receiving components for a new line of flagship smartphones.
Cyntec, which makes power chokes for the iPhone, could see revenue up 25% this year from last year thanks to orders for components for the iPhone 13. The manufacturer also expects more orders in the third quarter of 2021 as more than 50% produced iPhone 13 will have to support 5G mmWave technology. This connection technology requires more power chokes and other inductors.
Sources say Apple’s start of receiving parts for the iPhone 13 confirms speculation that the new series will be unveiled in September, as it has done every year except 2020, when the announcement was pushed back to October.
Earlier well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the older models of the new line of iPhone 13 smartphones, namely the iPhone 13 Pro and Phone 13 Pro Max, will be equipped with an advanced ultra-wide-angle camera with an automatic focusing system.
Also, the iPhone 13 line should get bigger batteries, better screens and smaller bangs.