Apple’s next flagship phone might finally get a feature
This is according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman,
We’ve heard about the always-on display
Note that there was previously some confusion over which iPhone models will get which feature, but this new report doesn’t differentiate between them.
According to Gurman, Apple is preparing for a “giant iPhone fall,” with 90 million planned iPhone 13 units — a 20 percent increase over the 75 million iPhone 12 units Apple planned to produce last year. This is despite the fact that the iPhone 13 will largely come with cosmetic changes compared to its predecessor.
Gurman also reiterated previous reports that Apple is likely to launch a revamped iPad mini, a thinner ninth-gen iPad, new MacBook Pros, and upgraded Apple Watches — all coming this fall.
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