The new iPhones are expected to arrive in three months and we will continue to hear more reports about them. According to the latest, Foxconn and Pegatron will be the two largest production partners for 2021 phones, where they share orders for the iPhone 13 mini.
Reports from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also claim that this will be the last mini-device in the foreseeable future after “bad sales”, with only three phones launched in 2022. An earlier report said we will see a cheaper big screen 14 Max replace mini so it is still not decided apparently.
Dummy devices: iPhone 13 Pro Max, 13 Pro, Vanilla 13 and 13 mini
Foxconn as the largest maker of iPhones is hardly a surprise, while Apple sticks to Pegatron is big news after the Taiwanese company was put to the test after a workforce breach of a student’s work program. Insiders confirmed that Foxconn still manufactures a large portion of the iPhone 13 devices.
In the meantime, we got another confirmation that the iPhone 13 Pro will have better camera setups compared to the iPhone 12 Pro models as the square setup on the back will grow. A protective case for the new model placed above the current one clearly illustrates the difference.