Apple is expected to release four new iPhone 13 models later this year. The upcoming 2021 iPhones are expected to get some tweaks in design along with upgraded performance. We recently leaked the iPhone 13 design. The leaked render images show that the vanilla 13 model will get a slightly new design for the camera module. Today, the iPhone 13 mini renders have leaked. The leaked renders reveal the camera module design of the compact iPhone. The device will have a square-shaped camera module. However, the position of the lenses have changed. Let’s take a look at the Apple iPhone 13 mini render images leaked ahead of the launch.
Apple iPhone 13 mini renders show similar camera module design as iPhone 13
Apple iPhone 13 mini is likely to launch later this year alongside other three iPhone models. Ahead of the launch, the design renders of the device have leaked.
The leaked renders by a user on Weibo reveal the rear panel’s design of the compact device. The overall design is quite similar to the iPhone 12 mini. You get a boxy iPhone. The camera module, however, is slightly tweaked. The image shows that the mini iPhone will continue to feature a dual-camera setup. However, the lenses are placed diagonally. There is also a third cutout, which must be for the LED flash. Unfortunately, the render images do not reveal the front of the device. It is expected that the notch will get smaller across all 2021 iPhone models. The iPhone 13 mini will sport a 5.4-inch display, much like the current iPhone 12 mini.
The camera module design is exactly the same as our iPhone 13 design renders. You can click here to check our coverage on the same. CAD renders of the Pro model had also leaked recently. The camera module on the Pro model is bigger compared to the current generation. It will continue to house three sensors along with the LED flash and LiDAR sensor. Apple is rumoured to pack a bigger sensor on the Pro model.
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