After launching the new iPhone 12 series last year which made Apple again gain numero 1 Globally. The inclusion of 5G support on the iPhone 12 series helped Apple to boost sales. Now way ahead of the time we also got the early CAD to render showing the design of the upcoming iPhone 13.
As per the source, one of the reliable insiders has just leaked out the early CAD-based design showing the new iPhone 13 early looks. From the leaked images, the new iPhone 13 hardly get any noticeable changes in terms of design. Yes, the design on iPhone 13 will remind us about last year’s flagship iPhone 12 series. The new iPhone 13 will carry the same camera layout that we found on its predecessor without any changes. Again no LiDAR sensor this time too and will feature just two sensors with LED flash.
Further, the only changes we can spot are in terms of the display where the iPhone 13 shines. Yes, the new iPhone 13 will sport a much smaller notch than the predecessor. Not just that it also got a slightly higher screen-to-body ratio this time.
Apart from this, the iPhone 13 will still carry the box-shaped design with a huge metal rim on the side carrying an alert slider also a power button on the right. There is a volume rocker located on the left of the device. Lastly, the iPhone 13 to carry exactly the same dimensions as iPhone 12 with 146.7×71.5×7.6mm.
iPhone 13 Pro:
Further, we even got the renders of the new iPhone 13 Pro leaked by another source. As per the source, the new iPhone 13 Pro too will not feature any major design changes this year. It looks identical to the predecessor and gets triple rear cameras with a LiDAR sensor and LED flash.
Further, the source also revealed that again the iPhone 13 Pro will feature a smaller notch when compared with iPhone 12 Pro. Not just that this time the iPhone 13 Pro will be thicker than its predecessor with 146.7 x 71.5 x 7.6 mm. This confirms a larger battery going inside the iPhone 13 Pro. There are also rumors about iPhone 13 Pro might ship with an LTPO display with 120Hz refresh rates.