The new iPhones are expected to arrive in three months and we keep hearing more reports about them. According to the latest one Foxconn and Pegatron will be the two major manufacturing partners for the 2021 phones, with them sharing orders of the iPhone 13 mini.
Reports from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also claim this will be the last mini device for the foreseeable future after “poor sales”, with only three phones launching in 2022. A previous report said that we’ll see a cheaper large-screened 14 Max replace the mini, so that’s still not decided seemingly.
Dummy units: iPhone 13 Pro Max, 13 Pro, vanilla 13 and 13 mini
Foxconn being the major manufacturer of iPhones is hardly a surprise while Apple sticking to Pegatron is big news, after the Taiwanese company was put on probation following labor violations at a students’ labor program. Insiders confirmed Foxconn will still be manufacturing a major part of the iPhone 13 units.
Meanwhile we got yet another confirmation that the iPhone 13 Pros 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 over the current one clearly illustrates the difference.