In news that isn’t particularly surprising, the iPhone 13 range will reportedly land in September – which is the normal month for Apple smartphones, but one the company didn’t hit for the iPhone 12, due to Covid-related delays.

According to supply chain analysis from Daniel Ives at Wedbush Securities, seen by 9to5Mac, Apple will release the iPhone 13 range in the third week of September. That said, there’s apparently the possibility that “product model tweaks” could mean that at least some of the models don’t get released until October.

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