We now know quite a bit about what Apple is planning iPhone 13, and a mannequin unit assembled from leaked charts and other details may have given us the best idea of what the phone really looks like.
Video from Remove mailbox management reveals a high-quality model – apparently the iPhone 13 Pro Max – and compares it in terms of appearance and size to the latest iPhones, such as last year’s iPhone 12 Pro Max.
While the width and height of the doll appear to be similar to last year’s Pro Max, the thickness has apparently increased very little – perhaps to accommodate the new 120 Hz recreational technology rumored to be arriving.
Two major model changes that the iPhone 13 Pro Max looks like have already been widely rumored: smaller notch on the front of the handset and larger camera modules on the back support larger, higher quality lenses.
Meanwhile some reports have suggested that the front screen notch would disappear completely with the iPhone 13, now it seems more likely that it will only shrink – which means more screen properties in the status bar.
Apple is apparently now able to downsize certain components and push the headset into the phone’s frame to change the size of the notch. The face ID is nowhere, but this time around it could be associated with Touch ID via a sensor embedded under the display.
As for the cameras on the back of the phone, we’re waiting here for several updates, including improved telephoto lenses and Introduction of LiDAR throughout the iPhone range (currently depth detection technology is Pro and Pro Max).
The iPhone 13’s ultra-wide cameras are also set as the best which Apple has never placed inside a smartphone, so it makes sense for the size of the camera modules to increase slightly. If all goes on schedule, the iPhone 13 should be off in September.