iPhone 13 release date looks to be on schedule for September iPhone 12 Pro Max review

Apple almost always launches new iPhone models in September, but in 2020, due to the pandemic, the launch didn’t happen until October. It looks like things are back on schedule for the iPhone 13 range though, based on how far along in production the chipset seemingly is.

According to supply chain sources speaking to DigiTimes, TSMC (a chipset manufacturer) will start shipping the A15 Bionic chipset to Apple by the end of May. That’s seemingly ahead of schedule, with the site previously reporting that the chipset wouldn’t even enter production until the end of May.