Apple is likely to launch the iPhone 13 lineup sometime in September this year. The most significant change expected to happen in the line is a smaller notch. Speaking of which, we have got hold of what is believed to be renders of the iPhone 13 Pro model from 91mobiles.
The renders showcase the complete design of the upcoming Apple flagship. Upon closer inspection, we get to see the new notch that’s shrunken down compared to the current iPhone models. The arrangement of the earpiece, sensors, and camera module has been altered here. The earpiece has moved to the top part of the phone in a cut-out with the notch only housing the FaceID sensors and front-facing camera next to each other.
Flipping the device reveals the expected triple-camera setup albeit now the module appears larger than the one on the current iPhone 12 Pro. Moving to the sides, it’s the standard flat design with the volume and silent mode toggle along with the SIM tray on the left. On the right, we see the 5G mmWave antenna for the US market. The lightning connector stays at the bottom flanked by the microphone and speaker grilles.
The iPhone 13 Pro has been oft-rumored to feature an LTPO OLED display (here a 6.1″ unit) with a 120Hz refresh rate. LTPO screen is proven to have improved efficiency to ensure good battery life. That said, Apple is expected to introduce always on display on the iPhone 13 Pro, thanks to the display technology.
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