Apple iPhone 13 series is expected to launch in September 2021. Apple will launch four new iPhones as a successor to the iPhone 12 series. Reports and leaks revealing the upcoming iPhone models’ specifications and design have surfaced multiple times so far. The latest development is around the design of the upcoming Apple smartphones. Tipster Digital Chat Station has uploaded the chassis moulds of the 2021 iPhone. The rear camera module is rumoured to get slightly larger. The leaked chassis suggest that Apple will not make any major changes to the rear panel’s design. Let’s take a look at the iPhone 13 series leaks, specifications, and other details.
iPhone 13 series chassis moulds leaked revealing minor design changes
Apple iPhone 13 series is a few months away from its launch. However, the rumour mill is working in full force to leak its specifications and design.
The latest leak comes from tipster Digital Chat Station. The tipster has uploaded the chassis moulds of the upcoming iPhone models. Based on the leaked images, it is safe to say that the rear panel will not get any major changes. It is rumoured that the camera module will get slightly larger and thicker. Apple is likely to introduce a bigger sensor on the Pro models.
A recently uploaded video showed the rumoured design and changes on the Pro iPhone. These changes are based on leaked schematics and rumours reported so far. On the back, the Pro models will continue to house three sensors along with the LED flash and LiDAR sensor. Reports suggest that Pro models will get an upgraded 6P (f/1.8) ultrawide camera with autofocus. The main camera will also get a larger sensor, according to rumours.
As previously reported by MySmartPrice, the notch on all four iPhone 13 series models will get smaller. Apple will move the earpiece to the top bezel to reduce the size of the notch. It will continue to offer Face ID tech. Apple is also rumoured to introduce a 120Hz LTPO display on the Pro models.
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