- Tram Ho
According to some reliable sources, Apple may introduce iPhone 13 – its next iPhone generation in September of this year, specifically on September 14. After the launch, the new iPhone line will begin to be pre-ordered from September 17 and officially hit the shelves on September 24, according to Apple’s annual launch schedule.
While people are still wondering about the design of the upcoming iPhone generation, recently, actual images of all four iPhone 13 models have suddenly been leaked online. This photo was posted by famous leaker Sonny Dickson , along with renders and hands-on videos of cases for this year’s iPhone line.
Through models and renders of the case, it can be seen that the iPhone 13 series will still use the same design language as its predecessor with a flat beveled frame, thin screen border and square camera cluster.
However, the “rabbit ears” on the front of the iPhone 13 seem to be made much smaller than the iPhone 12. Besides, the position of the camera sensors on the standard model is also somewhat different – ranked diagonal instead of vertical placement like the previous generation. In addition, Dickson also said that the model of the iPhone 13 Pro Max is slightly larger than the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
According to the report, this year’s iPhone 13 series will have a total of 4 versions, including a 5.4-inch OLED model, two models with a 6.1-inch OLED screen and a model with a 6.7-inch OLED screen.
The case is said to be from the iPhone 13
Improvements rumored to be on the iPhone 13 series include 120Hz ProMotion display, Alaways-On Display (AOD) feature. The notch is said to be made a bit smaller because Apple has tried to shrink the TrueDepth camera system used for Face ID. On the other hand, the rear camera cluster also has many upgrades and is protected by sapphire glass.
iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be equipped with a new super wide-angle camera, upgraded from 5P (f/2.4) and fixed focus (FF) to 6P (f/1.8) with autofocus ( AF). Not only that, the iPhone 13 will also support video recording in portrait mode. This means that after recording the video, you can still adjust the depth of field in the same way as with still images taken in portrait mode. In addition, Apple is also said to be developing an upgraded version of the existing portrait photography feature, using an additional LiDAR sensor to improve accuracy.
Source : Genk