While we’re waiting for Apple next iphone, new mockups images is here to give us clue on how the 2021 iPhone 13 model will look like, the new features that may come in.
New iPhone 13 Mockup Images Leaked to Show No Notch (Full Screen) on Display, USB-C, Under Display Camera and More…
Mac Otakara’s new report claims that the iPhone 13’s early mockups have been leaked through Alibaba. The images shared show a 5.5-inch completely bezel-less front without a notch of any kind. In addition to this, there also appears to be a selfie camera embedded under the display.
Meanwhile, the FaceTime camera is located in the front-canter. Mac Otakara suggests that the iPhone will make use if Samsung’s Under Panel Sensor technology as well.
At this point, the device is reportedly under development and might see changes until it is released.
As said, the iPhone 13 can drop the True Depth camera system which means that it will lack Face ID authentication. Potentially, if this turns out to be true, Apple could switch back to Touch ID embedded under the display. Also, the device, pertaining to its design will feature ‘Super Retina XDR display’ and ultra-thin bezels.
At the back, the iPhone 13 mockup images feature five cutout pinch-holes for the camera module including an LED flash. The company is said to be testing new camera sensors and until the technology is ready.
The front notch-less screen sports an under display camera.
Apple will implement it in the 2021 iteration of the iPhone. Furthermore, the size of the smartphone is pointed out to be similar to the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 which is slated to be released later this year.
Wait a minute, it seems to be a cutout that resembles that of USB-C. However, take this with a pinch of salt as other mockups appear to show a Lightning Port cutout. However, there have been several reports that share their spread on Apple switching to USB-C.
Previously, we have also seen the iPhone 12 mockups of all four variants of the series that spreads light on camera display size as well as the design changes that we can expect later this year.