Apple fans have been waiting for the new iPhone 13 to be unveiled with bated breath. While one came across several rumors and unverified reports about the yet-to-be-launched iPhone 13 series of phones, here is some new information that gives one a fair idea of what one should expect from iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.
Industry sources have released design renders of both the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. As far as the iPhone 13 is concerned, the device won’t undergo a drastic design change this year. The design of the phone will be the same as that of the 2020 model. The device will also feature the old iPhone 5/5S like design that is in the process of being combined with the iPhone X and in the edge-to-edge display screens of the upcoming phones in the series. The overall dimensions are 146.7×71.5×7.6mm, the same as the last released model.
On the front, there are three cutouts that signify the presence of the cameras. The positioning of the cameras looks similar to the kind you see in current iPhones which feature one cut-out each for the primary camera at the front, the dot-projector and an infrared camera. In the rendered design, the three cutouts are positioned next to each other. This gives rise to the possibility of the iPhone 13 having two cameras on the front. Just above the three cutouts will find the earpiece. The LiDAR sensor, perhaps, won’t be a part of the iPhone 13.
iPhone 13 Pro
As the design renders suggest, the device will arrive with a relatively smaller notch than the one you see on the iPhone 12 Pro. The Cupertino-based company has decreased the notch’s size by placing the earpiece right above the sensors. The remaining design, including the triple rear cameras and the elaborate frame, seems to be resembling the iPhone 12 Pro.
If you observe the renders closely, there seems to be a larger camera module this time around. This indicates the possibility of the company integrating larger-sized camera sensors on the upcoming model. Apart from the three cameras, the phone will also feature a LiDAR sensor and an LED flash which will result in better photographic results.
If we combine the impressions gathered by the renders and the information coming our way, then the iPhone 13 will most likely feature a 6.1-inch screen. The iPhone 12 Pro has a screen exactly of the same size. The dimensions of the iPhone 13 Pro are 146.7 x 71.5 x 7.6 mm which makes it slightly thicker in size than the iPhone 12 Pro. A larger battery unit could be the reason behind the device having a thicker frame.
According to rumors which surfaced earlier, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will feature 120Hz LTPO displays. All the phones in the iPhone 13 series are likely to feature 1TB of storage space and a much improved wide-angle sensor.