Apple has registered the iPhone 13 with the Eurasian Economic Commission and this has made it possible to know the code names of the terminals it has in hand.
Eyes are on the new terminals to be presented by Apple at the end of the third quarter. The wait is getting a bit long because at the WWDC this year they have not presented any device and users were eager to learn about a new device developed by those in Silicon Valley.
Of course, the new version of iOS was discussed and taught at WWDC. This version would be iOS 15 and promises to greatly improve the experience when using an Apple terminal. The update is planned to be launched in the fall of this year and, this date, would also be the one marked to see the new Apple terminals.
The iPhone 13 are getting closer and closer and are not so secret, a few days ago we knew the news that the production of panels for these terminals had begun. And, is that Apple would be preparing a good string of models. The latest leaks would indicate that we could expect up to seven different models.
The leaks come after Apple’s registration with the Eurasian Economic Commission to be able to market its terminals in Russia. In this registry you can see seven codenames that refer to Apple devices: A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643 and A2645. It is not known for sure whether those in Silicon Valley have seven devices in their hands, but it can be deduced that the production process is going well.
These data, as always, must be taken with certain tweezers since code names can refer to more devices and not just iPhone. What we can expect is that they launch a range of models like the one we saw the previous year: iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The only thing we can do for now is wait for official confirmation from Apple the day of the presentation. We will be waiting to inform you as soon as possible.