Video leak shows off claimed iPhone 13 Pro Max cases

Video leak shows off claimed iPhone 13 Pro Max cases

Later this month, Apple is predicted to announce its new iPhone models officially. There has been some debate on what the iPhone models are going to be called, with some rumors suggesting iPhone 12S et al. suggesting iPhone 13. Considering the amount 13 has unlucky and negative connotations in some cultures, some thought Apple might skip that number and call its 2021 model iPhones something else.

However, a replacement video leak has turned abreast of Twitter, showing what’s claimed to be a variety of silicone cases that clearly show iPhone 13 Pro Max branding. As Apple packaging typically is, the boxes are very simple. Therefore the only lettering we will see is the iPhone 13 Pro Max name and the side silicone case and MagSafe branding.

It’s worth noting that nowhere in any of the packages can we see an Apple logo. From the number of cases, it might appear that these are sitting during a warehouse or distribution center somewhere ready for shipment. Typically, there are accessories available as soon because the phone itself hits the market. Whether or not these are actual Apple cases is unknown.

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These could be nothing quite third-party companies depending on the official name for subsequent iPhone generation. However, albeit these aren’t official Apple cases, we all know Apple routinely shares details with accessory makers allowing them to possess cases ready as soon because the new iPhones ship.

Several iPhone rumors are turning up in recent weeks. One of the more interesting ones suggests the iPhone 13 range will have low earth orbit satellite support. That feature will allow users to form calls in areas with no traditional cellular coverage. That might even be a feature that might be extremely appealing to people that spend tons of their time outdoors or who sleep in rural areas.

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