techno.rentetan.com – Again, you may blame the scarcity of worldwide chips.
As we approach the last (hopefully) iPhone 13 stretch before the September event of Apple, upgrading may be more costly than usual.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TMSC), which is one of the world’s leading chip producers and a supplier for Apple, is projected to increase manufacturing costs by up to 20 per cent, according to the DigiTimes (via Macrumors). Such modifications should be made in January 2022. DigiTimes maintains that Apple, TMSC’s largest customer, will experience pricing increases between 3-5%.
But from now on, you say, these are months! Why would that affect the costs of iPhones which are likely to come to an end and soon be exposed in the world? It is claimed by the study that the expense of protecting profitability is an old rationale to pass on to customers — simply plain old capitalism.
While this is certainly feasible, we will need to know if this price increase is fairly distributed over the whole array of iPhone 13 or if it is just to be tackled on top-end Pro versions.
This year, four iPhone 13 versions are expected, including the last hurrah of the iPhone Mini. The phones should feature higher batteries, smaller score, and many camera enhancements like as Portrait Video Mode, ProRes, and additional filter choices. The 120Hz display refreshing rates and a speedier A15 CPU are also important. That so, the iPhone 13 is likely to be a gradual update rather than a major redesign. An iPhone 12S, as it may have been named in the past.
The newest hypothesis is that the iPhone 13 is to be on sale on Sept 17, when we see these pre-eminent phones. A few additional gadgets, the Apple Watch Sery 7, the AirPod 3 and maybe a new iPad Mini, are available alongside the iPhone. And while we had all previously expected one Apple Event to be held in the autumn, it appears like we’re at several launch events for another season. Right now, it seems that the M1X MacBooks and Mac Mini are centered on a second prospective launch event.