The latest iPhone 13 leak reveals the appearance of Apple’s new smartphone, thanks to the iPhone 13 mini prototype. According to a report from the Chinese website ITHome, the unofficial prototype has two redesigned rear camera lenses positioned diagonally instead of the vertical placement of the iPhone 12 last year. This is after leaks suggesting a new dual-camera arrangement corresponding to the prototype in question.
Now, the main thing to remember is that it is still a prototype, so Apple has not confirmed anything about leaks and rumors. In fact, since the official launch is expected to be in September, mass production will almost certainly not begin.
From the appearance of the prototype, apart from the redesign of the camera, compared to the predecessor of the iPhone 13, we can hardly see any changes. Even the navy blue is clearly in line with the latest 2020 series. However, if we believe this speculation and Apple insists on the use of diagonal camera lenses, we may also see similar designs on larger, more advanced phone models.
Apple’s iPhone 13 series is expected to run on the highly anticipated A15 bionic chip, which is rumored to be completed ahead of schedule and production to begin in late May. Other major rumors also mention that the notch on the Pro and Pro Max models is smaller, the screen is always on, and the ProMotion screen is 120Hz.
There are also rumors that the iPhone 13 will provide many camera updates, including a possible portrait mode for recording videos and astrophotography for shooting the night sky. The ordinary iPhone 13 can provide a sensor-shift stabilization function, which was previously reserved for the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
As we head into summer, we expect to see more iPhone 13 leaks, so be sure to check off the latest rumors in our frequently updated iPhone 13 hub.