iPhone 13 Lineup Makes Its Way Into The Eurasian Regulatory Database

We are expecting Apple’s iPhone 13 line to arrive somewhere around September this year but the Apple’s phones have already made their way into the Eurasian Economic Commission’s database.

The EEC database contains all the devices offering encryption and this allows them to be used in particular countries, including Russia.

So, these devices are often entered into the EEC database well before they officially make it to the markets. The database is also known for outing unannounced products earlier as well.

According to Consomac, around 7 different unannounced devices have been included in this database now. The device models included in the database are A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643, and A2645.

The new iPhone 13 devices are not expected to come with any major changes when it comes to physical design. However, you might see bigger batteries along with a smaller notch making it to the newly launched handsets if previous leaks are to be believed. The upcoming iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max models are also expected to feature a new 120Hz ProMotion display.

If everything goes according to the plan, Apple is expected to announce its new line of iPhones early this September, and the devices will be launched later in the month. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions in place and chip shortages becoming the major hindrances, there is still an outside chance of this timescale differing from yesteryears’ schedules. Let’s see how it goes!