iPhone 13 and new Next-gen Airpods maybe launch on 17th September and 30th September respectively as per some new reports and leaks.
Are you waiting for buying the new iPhone 13? If your answer is yes then this article may change your mood a lot. According to some sources, it’s come to know that the new iPhone 13 may come in the month of September 2021.
So, if you are interested to know more about this update then go through today’s article till at the end. This article gonna be a very informative one for you if you are waiting for iPhone 13. Besides this, here also we talk about the approximate release date of new Next Generation Airpods. So, let’s begin.
About the Release Date of iPhone 13
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As we all know that Apple already announced that they would launch the iPhone 13 in the last quarter of this year 2021. And now here come some more leaks regarding the features and the release date of this brand new series.
As per some new leaks, we have come to know that the possible launch date of the iPhone 13 will the third week of September 2021. Besides this release date, we also come to know this series will come with 4 different variants. Along with the iPhone 13, here we also see iPhone 13 pro and pro max, iPhone 13 mini.
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The company said that this time they focused more on the battery capacity. So, it’s quite possible that this time it will come up with more battery capacity. Besides this, we may see the latest 5g connectivity with this device.
As per the leaks, it will launch on the 3rd week of September and most specifically on 17th September 2021.
About the Next-gen Airpods
As per some news and reports, it’s almost confirmed that these new Airpods will launch on 30th September 2021. Here we also see some new features on these Airpods like IPX4 water resistance. The probable name of these Airpods will be AirPods 3.
So, the apple lover just needs to wait for a month and after that, you will get two brand new tech products which you can buy.
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