When will Iphone 13 be released?
Apple is famously secretive when it comes to tech announcements but going by the latest rumours, Apple's iPhone 13 launch date will be September 2021. The next-gen iPhone is expected to bring a host of upgrades including a super-fast 5G modem, ultra-wide 48MP camera and Apple's first-ever 120Hz display. What Hi-Fi?iPhone 13: release date, price, leaks and all of the news
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One thing that all Apple fanatics are wondering all the time is – what will the Apple car look like? This electric car is probably the most anticipated automotive design in a long time! Though we may not know much about it, one thing is for sure -it’s going to be unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. As we wait for the release of this innovative automotive, here are some of the best Apple Car concepts we’ve come across! These inspirational concepts will have you itching to see the real deal on the road very soon!
Meet the Apple One, a sophisticated-looking SUV created in the image of the company behind the iPhone. Peisert’s Concept One embodies all the good aspects of Apple (and a few unsavory ones) into a design that’s meant for the entire family. It’s a luxury car, but it isn’t a sedan. Instead, the Apple One is a one-for-all sort of SUV that accommodates 4 or more people pretty spaciously. Its proportions (and especially that headlight) feel slightly like a cross between the Tesla Cybertruck and the Rivian SUV. The design is mildly angular but doesn’t come with any edgy surfaces or straight lines. Instead, everything curves rather organically… a feature also seen in the continuous curves found on Apple products.
The Apple iV (iVehicle, or iVan) minivan would come with a clean, no-nonsense design language best associated with the brand, along with the glowing Apple logo once seen on the company’s MacBooks. Available in the three colors often associated with the brand’s image (white, space gray, jet black), the iV looks large enough to seat well over 4 people, but the presence of only two doors would indicate a seating pattern that’s different from that commonly found in minivans. Look carefully and there’s a green dot beneath the Apple logo on the front as well as the back, possibly indicating the presence of self-driving sensors.
While you might want to dismiss this as the future of the Apple Car, still the design looks interesting if ever there was a low rung variant of the Apple car like the iPhone 12 Mini. While it might not turn any eyeballs, still it is an interesting take, mashing up the Honda E with the retro iMac G3. It has the G3 split-color design draped in Platinum Pearl White front and a transparent Bondi blue black-end. Sure nostalgia is the dominating emotion here, but pitting it against a Tesla Model 3 won’t be a good idea.
According to some sources, the Apple Car will not have any driver’s seat or even driving controls which could be a bummer for motorheads who love the feel of controlling their machine. What the Apple Car will look like is anybody’s guess but to give a close idea of what it may be like, Ali Cam’s Apple Car 2076 is a good reference point to take home some inspiration. Adopting Apple’s sharp design aesthetics, the car looks like a mouse shaped like a car at first glance, but then you realize it’s actually a minimal car concept. Loaded with advanced driving systems Ali envisions the blueprint far in the distant future – the year 2076 to be precise. The choice of year apparently is the 100the anniversary of Apple ever since it was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne.
Being the first car that was offered as a hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and a full EV – the Hyundai Ioniq is the inspiration for this render mashed up with the Magic Mouse in a render that looks so future-forward and balanced for a compact EV design. The Apple logo is prominent even on the panoramic windshield, and the front grill. But would anything like this take shape of the Apple Car?
Dare I say, I like this Apple more than any post-Jobs release?! Despite being an exploration in automotive design and not tech gadgetry, its minimalism and purity look quintessentially Apple and it feels like something straight out of the brand’s heyday. Little is known about the conceptual specs except that it’s electric (of course) but put our pre-order in! We think Jobs might just approve of this one.
Since Apple and Kia were in the limelight a few months ago for their speculated collaboration, it didn’t see the light of day. This amalgam was destined to be here with the quirky-looking Kia Soul EV crossover SUV morphing partly into an iMac Pro which is a powerful machine to own. That said, the machine is going to be discontinued from the Apple family. Leasefetcher imagines the Apple Car could have the iMac’s Space Grey skin, highlighted by the tall profile of the windscreens on the back and the rear.
Designer Ashish Gogte’s take on the Apple Car seamlessly integrates into the existing Apple ecosystem – a feature that current Apple users value the most. Ashish likes to call it the iCar, and the vehicle has an upright stance like the Apple Mouse 2. Modularity is at the core of this concept Apple car – wherein the front and the rear wheel assembly is swappable with a different one. Furthermore, the driving assembly has the battery integrated into the design to keep the modularity aspect at the forefront. We can even swap the drivetrain with a more powerful version or any future updated chassis that Apple designs. This brings a practical scalability aspect to the concept car, which is, in a way, intriguing.
This performance-laden render truly demonstrates the future aesthetics of the Apple Car since it is an amalgam of one of the most iconic supercars of all time – the Nissan GT-R and the best ever iPhone that one can own – the iPhone 12 Pro. The Nissan GT-R is undoubtedly one of the best aesthetically inviting designs that Apple could take some cues. Leasefetcher emphasis the adoption of the Nissan Ultimate Silver color along with the flowing shape extenuated by the iPhone 12 Pro button-styled door handles. The LED headlights are inspired by the camera module and the grille takes shape of the edges of the smartphone.
There have been so many concept iCars around, I’m guessing Apple is just as tired as I am. Not many designers focus on the driving experience though. Just the outer body. Designer Matias Papalini imagined the dashboard complete with an interactive wide touchscreen. The steering wheel is completely detachable and can dock into the dashboard to enter ‘driving mode’. Unplug the wheel and you’re in auto-pilot mode. Not just that, you can watch movies in an almost-cinemascope style experience! The dashboard, however, is just half the magic. Your steering wheel has functionality that allows you to manipulate content on your dashboard. Not just that, you can dock your iPhone in your steering wheel for more convenient access.
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DuanRui shares leaks from Chinese social media sites on Twitter on a daily basis. On Friday, he shared the following image from Chinese brand Benks, which seemingly published an image of the iPhone 13 molds it is using to make cases for the upcoming phone models:
These accessory makers might not always get it right, but it is apparently worth the risk to get a head start on production. Apple isn’t going to send these smaller companies any advance information, so if they want to have accessories ready on day one, this is the way to do it.
With that in mind, Apple’s devices are increasingly prone to accurate leaks in recent years. It has been quite some time since Apple revealed an iPhone that hadn’t already been thoroughly spoiled.
According to recent leaks, Apple will once again release four iPhone models in 2021 — iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. There were rumors that Apple would call this year’s series iPhone 12s instead, but those rumors have subsided. The two biggest changes on the new models concern the notches and the rear cameras. Apple is finally expected to decrease the size of the notch, and we might know how they plan to do it. The camera modules are going to be larger on the iPhone 13 models as well. Apple has also rearranged the lenses on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, as you can see in the image above. This is consistent with the latest leaks.
It's not clear when you'll be able to use it, though.
Google’s Pixel 6 series will return to flagship status after the disappointing Pixel 5 from last year. That’s what several leaks said so far, and Pixel leaks are usually accurate. The phones leak well in advance of Google’s annual press conference that takes place around early October each fall. The same goes for the Pixel … The post Pixel 6 is getting an incredible feature that’s only available on iPhones appeared first on BGR.
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Apple's market cap is approaching a staggering $2.5 trillion, making it the world's most valuable tech company. Microsoft joined Apple in the $2 trillion valuation club for the first time last month, with gains extending to several major tech stocks.
According to Yahoo Finance, analysts on average expect Apple to set a new third quarter revenue record of $72.9 billion, up around 22% from $59.7 billion in the year-ago quarter. Apple's CFO Luca Maestri cautioned that supply constraints could have a revenue impact of $3 billion to $4 billion in the third quarter, with industry-wide chip shortages affecting supply of iPads and Macs, which could impact the results.
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Phones have increased in size over the years with 6-inch or bigger phones being the norm now. Sure, that's great for watching videos or playing games on the move but what if you don't care about the screen real estate and just want a great phone that can fit in your hand?
Your options are certainly limited, but there are phones to consider. Everyone's definition of "small" is different, though, and a comfortable size for you may feel uncomfortably large to someone else. Bearing that in mind, I'll be including phones that are 6 inches and under in screen size, but it's worth trying to get hands-on with a phone at your nearest store (remember to take hand sanitiser!) if you're concerned about the size.
At 6 inches, the Pixel 5 is towards the top-end of this list's size scale, but the narrow bezel around its screen makes it surprisingly compact to hold. It's a hell of a lot more pocket-friendly than the immense 6.8-inch S21 Ultra. Google's current flagship includes a great camera setup, 5G and a fast and smooth interface that impressed us in our review.
We liked the Pixel 4A's balance of decent overall performance with its low price when it launched in 2020. Its screen size of 5.8-inches puts it on the smaller side of today's phones. But what it doesn't have is 5G, which may be a problem if you want to get on those super-fast data speeds everyone's talking about.
So, get the 4A 5G, right? Not so fast. When Google added 5G to its cheapest phone it also bumped the screen size up to 6.2 inches. Boo and, indeed, hiss.
Apple's cheapest iPhone packs a punch for the price, with a powerful processor and a single camera that's capable of taking beautiful photos. Like the Pixel 4A, it doesn't have 5G, but that may be a sacrifice you need to make if you can't stretch your budget to the 5G-enabled iPhone 12 Mini. Its screen size of 4.7 inches is small, but its wide bezels at the top and bottom mean the phone itself isn't that much smaller than the standard iPhone 12.
At 6.1 inches, this phone technically falls outside of the 6-inch threshold I put on this article. But hear me out before you take to Twitter and call me a buffoon. The phone has a 21:9 aspect ratio, which makes it much longer than it is wide. At only 68mm (2.68 inches) it's actually narrower than the Pixel 4A listed above which makes it as comfortable to hold as any other small phone.
It's packed full of top tech too, including a cracking camera setup and 5G connectivity (although 5G is only supported on Xperia 5 II phones sold outside of the US). The screen is beautiful and its aspect ratio makes it great for widescreen videos. It could be a smart compromise if you want a more hand-friendly phone but you still want to enjoy videos on the move.
2019's iPhone 11 Pro is still officially on sale from Apple and will continue to get full software support for at least the next few years so it's still worth considering if you want a high performance handset. Its screen measures 5.8 inches. This, together with narrow bezels, makes it comfortably pocket-friendly.
It's packed with power and its triple-camera system blew me away with its quality when I took it for a road trip in a supercar when the phone first launched. No, it doesn't have 5G, but if you can stomach that then it's a superb smaller option to consider.
A special mention has to go to the Z Flip 5G. While its main screen measures a whopping 6.7 inches, this phone fully folds in half. It can close up to sit comfortably in the palm of your hand or fit in your pocket without causing any awkward bulges. It could be the ideal compromise of portable size, but with a nice big screen for when you do want to use it.
Of course you'll be paying handsomely for that compromise as folding phones like the Z Flip (or Motorola's Moto Razr 5G, which offers much the same concept) cost a lot more than regular smartphones. You'll have to decide whether you're willing to splash that much cash just for the convenient size.
iPhone 13 dummies and cases leak, the cases don't fit the current 12-series models - GSMArena.com news
10 July, 2021 - 09:23pm
iPhone 13 dummies have been sent out to various companies that need them (typically that is case makers) and this has led to inevitable leaks. We already saw a photo that represented all four models, now there are even more to see.
Here’s a photo share by Marques Brownlee. This time all four models are shown in white. And no, the vanilla iPhone 13 is not larger than the 13 Pro, it’s just slightly offset. The two models will continue to be the same size, even if they don’t have the same screen.
The current expectations are that only the two Pro models will have LTPO panels with 120 Hz refresh rate, while the other two phones will stick with 60 Hz. It won’t be until the iPhone 14 generation when Apple goes all-in on LTPO.
Here are some cases that have already been produced. These fit over the current iPhone 12 models, though, the cameras and buttons don’t line up quite right.
And check these out – they were shared by Benks, an accessory maker in China. These will probably used to make molds for iPhone 13 cases.
The iPhone 13 series will be manufactured by Foxconn and Pegatron – mass production hasn’t started yet, but that’s not far off since Apple is targeting a September launch (or October if there are major delays).
The only phones that interest me at this point are flip phones. But the polish and maturity isn't there yet. I would like to get one by 2024 to celebrate my 20th anniversary using flip phones for 4 years. I prefer it to be Motorola. Sanyo ...
It's also incredibly easy to find cases for ANY iPhone. No matter what model. With all other brands, cases for flagships are super easy to find, but for anything else it very much depends on many things. Usually becase iPhones are just few model...
I see y'all accusing Apple for changing the size and not fitting case for the past models How about the other brands You can't place an s20 case for s21 Or any other company doing it . While you can still slap an iPhone 7 case int...
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According to new reports, the entire iPhone 14 range is set to feature the 120hz display rate, whereas on this year's iPhone 13 it'll only be the two Pro models that carry the tech. All four iPhone 12 models are currently among our best camera phones – but if there's one thing that could make them even better, it's an improved display.
According to The Elec , LG is planning to begin producing displays capable of a 120Hz refresh rate in 2022. Currently, LG only produces Apple's low-end, 60Hz displays (such as those on the iPhone 12), with Samsung supplying the higher-end displays expected to hit the iPhone 13 Pro. With two suppliers offering 120Hz displays, the likelihood, as speculated by MacRumors, is that by 2022, every iPhone could feature the tech.
A 120hz display rate allows for super-smooth scrolling and animations. And while it might seem a luxury for a smartphone, several of Apple's rivals have begun producing phones with 120hz displays – it makes sense for the company to keep up with the competition. And for creatives on the go, an improved display can only be good news – especially for those looking for accuracy in motion and animation.
Time will tell whether a 120hz display does indeed hit the entire iPhone 14 lineup (and indeed the iPhone 13 Pro), but with the feature rumoured for so many years now, we wouldn't be surprised it if finally arrives either this year – or next. But while it might not feature the world's slickest refresh rate, the iPhone 12 line-up is certainly refreshing in many other ways – check out today's best deals below, and be sure to check out our best Apple deals for more offers.
Daniel Piper is senior news editor at Creative Bloq. He is an author, editor and national poetry slam champion, and his debut book of comedy short stories was published in 2018.
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