Recent predictions suggest that this year’s iPhone will be named “12S” and that the iPhone 13 will probably never be. Why? Because number 13 brings misfortune.
Apple’s serial “leaker” Jon Prosser predicts we can expect the iPhone 12S this year. In the last episode Front Page Tech he added that Apple will probably never make the iPhone 13, and the reason is said to be the negative connotation of the number 13.
Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman said Jan. 15 that Apple is not expected to make major changes to its iPhone for 2021. Apple’s engineers are expected to think so seriously that this year’s “S” model will be an upgrade. Prosser for this year’s iPhone series announces a smaller opening for the front camera, 120 Hz and a Touch ID fingerprint reader that will be placed under the screen.
Apple is expected to release a similar line-up for 2021 as the iPhone 12. That means four new iPhone models in three different sizes. If the latest predictions and rumors are correct, we can expect an “S” update, minor innovations and certainly not a new 13 Series from the iPhone this year. So far, Jon Prosser has been very accurate in his predictions, but it is true that he is brave and therefore we will have to wait before we can confirm the speculations with certainty.
Source: Računalniške novice.com – Novice by www.racunalniske-novice.com.
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