Rumoured to feature some powerful upgrades on the latest iPhone 12 model.
No official release date has been announced, but here is all you need to know about the new Apple iPhone 13 and when it will hit the UK.
When will the Apple iPhone 13 be released in the UK?
The device has not been given an official release date, but recent leaks have led people to believe Apple will follow a familiar pattern.
Previous iPhone launches have all taken place in mid-September, meaning the device may be available in store by late September, early October.
How to pre-order iPhone 13?
No official pre-order date has been released, but it is expected pre-orders could be open as early as 17 September.
How much will iPhone 13 cost?
It is expected the most expensive model, the iPhone 13 Pro Max will cost upwards of £1,100.
The regular models are expected to be in a similar price range to the iPhone 12, costing upwards of £700.
Where will the iPhone 13 be available from?
The new iPhone 13 will be available to purchase directly from the Apple store.
The device will also be available from mobile providers O2, EE and Three.
What features will be on the iPhone 13?
The iPhone 13 is expected to look similar to the iPhone 12 series, with a few key differences. The camera on the back could look slightly different, with leaked images showing a diagonal camera layout.
The device is also rumoured to have large batteries and a smaller notch at the top of the device.
The device will also be released as an iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone Pro Max. New colours are also rumoured to be revealed, with pink among one of them.