A silicon case with the MagSafe branding on it.
A video uploaded on Twitter (now deleted) allegedly showed silicon cases for the “iPhone 13.” If the video is true, we can say that this video confirms the “iPhone 13” name for the next iPhone coming in a few weeks.
On August 13, a Twitter account @PinkDon1 published the video that starts by showing the collection of silicon cases, bound by elastic bands, and. Each white box was labeled as “iPhone 13 Pro Max Silicone Case,” and the MagSafe label was below.
The camera filming the video then pans to show more stocks of such cases and it looks like this is filmed in a manufacturing facility or a distribution hub.
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After some days of publishing, this video has been taken down from the Twitter account with no explanation and almost 4,000 views. The account responsible for the video has not much content as compared to other leakers and that’s why we have no record for the accuracy of the person behind the account.
Supply chain checks from July indicated Apple will continue with the “iPhone 13” naming convention, as well as using its “mini,” “Pro,” and “Pro Max” suffixes. On August 26, a packaging leak also seemed to confirm the “iPhone 13” name would be used.