Apple iPhone 13 series, Watch Series 7 in multiple events this year

Apple will be launching the iPhone 13 series, Watch Series 7, and Macbook Pro multiple events later this year.

According to Bloomberg reports, Apple expected to launch the new iPhone 13 series, Apple Watches 7, Apple iPods, the iPad mini, and Macbook Pro in multiple events later this year.

The pricing of Apple products is considered to be premium for the Indian market. The upcoming iPhone 13 series base variant will be expected to starts from INR 84,999 in India.

Samsung India announced the Galaxy Flip 3 5G for 8GB RAM and 128GB storage at the price of INR 82,999 will give tough competition to the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro in the price category.

However, The bigger variant iPhone 13 Pro for 256GB storage will be priced at INR 1,49,999 could face tough competition through Samsung Galaxy Fold 3 is priced at INR 1,43,999 in India for 8GB RAM and 256GB storage with some bank offers.

Samsung Galaxy Flip 3 5G and Samsung Galaxy Fold 3 5G Series have become the cheapest pricing in India than the global pricing in the US and UK. In India, Samsung has a good reputation brand in the smartphone category, people will now consider to buy the latest Flip and fold 3 5G with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC.

Bloomberg reported that the new iPhone 13 series models will have the same design with an updated camera module powered by a faster Apple bionic A15 processor. The phones will support a new portrait video mode, a new camera filter system, ProRes code support.

The Apple Watch Series 7 is expected to update with a new faster processor, new OLED display with new health features like blood sugar level monitoring, improved sleep monitoring, etc.

The new AirPods will like to feature a similar design like AirPods Pro with an in-ear shape and the iPad Mini will be refreshed with a new design with smaller bezels.

Lastly, Apple will introduce new MacBook models include the Pro model with a 16-inch and 14-inch screen-sized that upgraded to the Apple improved a custom-designed M1x SoC.