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In the third quarter, iPhone 13 chipmakers are expected to ramp up production.

“According to the insiders, TSMC is planning to ramp up production for the forthcoming iPhone series in the third quarter.”

According to DigiTimes, Apple will gain supply priority status from pure play foundry TSMC for iPhone 13 chip orders beyond the third quarter of 2021, as the Taiwanese partner struggles with orders for automative and other device chips due to a supply shortage.

Other chip manufacturers in Apple’s supply chain, such as Genesys Logic and Parade Technologies, are ramping up production to meet Apple’s third-quarter orders, which are expected to be 30-40% higher than the previous quarter’s.

Apple’s orders for 2021 are expected to peak in the fourth quarter, according to DigiTimes’ supply chain sources, since the iPhone 13 series is expected to follow a more traditional launch schedule this year.

Though big design changes are unlikely, reports predict camera upgrades, a speedier A-series processor, a new Qualcomm 5G chip, longer battery life, and notch refinements.

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