Apple reportedly starts making orders for iPhone 13 components; production start imminent0
Sources from Taiwan state Apple has now started ordering components for the iPhone 13
The company Cyntec, which manufactures power chokes for iPhones, could actually see a revenue increase of up to 25% this year from last year, thanks to orders from Apple, indicate DigiTimes sources.
The manufacturer also expects more orders to come in the third quarter of 2021, as over 50% of the iPhone 13s that will be manufactured will need to support 5G mmWave technology. And this connection technology requires more power chokes and other inductors so that it can work.
Apple allegedly starting its orders for iPhone 13 components could corroborate our expectations that the iPhone 13 series will be unveiled in September, as happens every year (well, apart from 2020, there, the iPhone 12 unveiling had to be postponed to October).
The iPhone 13 series is expected to bring slight design changes over the 12 (well, not big redesign or anything drastic is expected in the design department right now), with major improvements in the camera department, and possibly a fast 120Hz display refresh rate for the Pro models.
This story is part of:iPhone 13 leaks (56 updates)
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