All electronic devices on the market must pass the necessary accreditations before they can be sold. Therefore, after obtaining the necessary permissions, these devices are registered in the corresponding databases ready for keen observers to discover unreleased products often. This is the case of the iPhone 13.
An iPhone that we already expected, but that is now more
We all hope that the new iPhone 13 will make their stellar appearance in an event that, if we look at the calendar of recent years, should be held at the Steve Jobs Theater between September and October of this year. We know several details about these iPhones, many thanks to leaks from the assembly line, and now we see the “official confirmation” of its development in the EEC database.
Discovered by Nashville Chatter Class (via MacRumors), we see how the Eurasian Economic Commission database shows the iPhone 13. They are listed as running iOS 14 and carry the model numbers A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643 and A2645, none of which correspond to current models.
In previous years we have already seen the appearance of new iPhones in these databases and it has always been a movement that has ended up being translated into new releases. From the model numbers the truth is that we cannot be sure if we will see an iPhone 13 mini, since the different values are assigned based on certain benefits, but rumors say that we will see, like last year, four models.
In the midst of WWDC and all the news that we discovered and that Apple presents, we keep our eyes fixed on the fall releases. Releases that for now only collect the iPhone, but, as far as we know, could include new Macs and perhaps even AirPods, we will see.
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