Analyst suggests Apple’s iPhone 13 could be released in September 2021

The forthcoming iPhone 13 is already getting people talking – and the wait could be less than six months.

We're all desperate to know what the new handset will offer and how much of an improvement it will be.

As usual, battery life is a key question – and there could be some good news ahead on that front for frustrated Apple fans.

It will also bring impressive camera improvements and other crucial changes, according to the tech rumours.

What's more, it may not even be as expensive as many fear.

What we do know for sure is that the phones will come in the same four models as the current iPhone 12 line-up.

The biggest feature of the new phone is the supposed 120HZ display, which allows the screen to refresh more quickly.

But what else will it have to offer? We take a look.

When is it out?

As usual with Apple, they won't totally commit until nearer the time.

There is plenty of speculation that Covid may have delayed things, but experts say that's not the case.

If the past four releases are anything to go by, expect iPhone 13 to land in September 2021

Experts are predicting to see four versions of the new phone – the iPhone 13, the iPhone 13 Mini, the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max, says analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Kuo predicts that we will get a first look at the iPhone 13 at some point in September 13.

Apple usually holds events on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and usually release the phone about a week, or a week and a half after.

According to Kuo, iPhones are released on a Friday, around the third week of September – so this is what experts think will happen this year..

What's new?

According to TechRadar, quite a bit – with suggestions a bigger battery may be heading our way.

They tell us: "We’ve heard from all different types of sources not to expect any humongous upgrades, as rumours point to the company focusing on refining the design and improving the internals.

"Perhaps even bringing in more powerful cameras that take sharper photos and better night shots."

Design-wise, it’s expected to look similar to the iPhone 12, with a similar screen and sizes.

One rumour does suggest that there could be the addition of a high refresh rate display, which would make it look smoother when playing games or scrolling on social media.

Another leak suggest we could be introduced to a under-display finger scanner, which a lot of Android phones curretnly have.

How much will it cost?

It's hard to tell if they are planning a big hike but it would be a surprise if Apple went down this route.

That's because the last few releases didn't shoot up in price, and with the pandemic hitting the pocket it's hard to see them asking for hundreds more.

But according to Tech Radar, they expect the price to sit similar o the iPhone 12 family.

Apple’s latest models cost more than the iPhone 11 series, but that’s because of the edition of 5G and other elements.

But for now, we’ll have to wait and see what they decide.

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