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The most recent leak gives us an idea of what the vanilla iPhone 13 will look like and we can expect some design changes, something we’ve been hearing for a while.iPhone 13 Design LeakedAccording to leaked photos of iPhone 13 dummy units (courtesy of Geek Village Chief), the rear camera placement is likely to change. Diagonally arranged two cameras are visible in the pictures. This differs from the ‘one on top’ dual rear camera placement on the iPhone 12. The camera housing may also be slightly larger in size.
This is most likely to apply to the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini. The iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max are expected to come with three rear cameras that will remain the same as their previous models.
photo credit: Cult of Mac
photo credit: Cult of MacHowever, there is no word on why Apple would choose to change the camera layout of the iPhone 13. This could possibly be to differentiate it from the Pro model.
Notably, this is the change that we have seen in earlier leaked dummy units and renders leaked by popular leakster John Prosser.
Other details about the iPhone 13 seriesApple is likely to launch the iPhone 13, 13 Mini, 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max with several improvements. The phone is likely to get a smaller notch, new color options, A15 Bionic chip and iOS 15. You can expect a bigger battery, the return of Touch ID (with Face ID), and more.
photo credit: EverythingApplePro
photo credit: EverythingAppleProExpect to see major changes in the cameras as well. The iPhone 13 Pro model could feature an ultra-wide lens with autofocus, better zooming capability, and more improvements. The Pro model is also expected to come with an LTPO Promotion screen with 120Hz refresh rate. The other two models can stay with OLED screens with 60Hz refresh rate. While there is no confirmation, the new iPhone 13 series is expected to launch on September 14. Stay with us for more information.
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