Apple’s iPhone 13 models are expected to feature a thinner notch, which is the first major change to the TrueDepth camera system since its 2017 iPhone X debut.
We’re still several months away from the iPhone launch, but Unbox Therapy’s Lewis Hilsenteger gets a PiPhone 13 Pro Max dummy model that represents what we can expect from the new device in 2021.
Replica models usually come out early when new iPhones are released so case makers know what to expect, and even though this model goes on sale sooner than usual. But it seems to match the rumors we̵7;ve heard so far.
Replica model is the Pro Max, so it has a fake 6.7-inch screen and has a realistic design that is higher quality than most models.The dummy model 13 Pro Max is similar to the 12 Pro Max when it comes to design. But there is a remarkable change of the notch.
According to rumors, the notch is thinner and less wide, with the four components of the TrueDepth camera system closer to each other. The speakers were moved above the TrueDepth camera system rather than in the center, which is the main reason the notch is smaller.
There are three camera lenses that are larger than the camera lenses in today’s iPhone 12 Pro Max, possibly due to rumors of a phase-sensor image stabilization for Ultra Wide lenses that will join the stabilization system. The same motion of the sensor as it used to be Added to the Wide lens in 2020.
Model on the right iPhone 12 Pro Max on the left
The camera’s bumpers have been larger to accommodate larger lenses, and the lens itself is flush with each camera’s protrusion, a slight adjustment from what we saw on the iPhone 12 Pro Max where the lens protrudes slightly. From each camera module
There’s no change in the placement of the volume buttons and mute or power buttons, and there’s a clear Lightning port.It’s been rumored early on that at least one iPhone 13 could have a portless design. But later data suggested that would not happen.
The dummy model appears to be slightly thicker than the iPhone 12 Pro Max, but the difference is negligible.Depending on the accuracy of the model model, the iPhone 13 of Pro Max may be slightly narrower.
For more information on what to expect in the iPhone 13, we have a dedicated iPhone 13 rundown that curates everything we know about the new iPhone to date.