Apple’s iPhone 13 series is still far beyond the horizon and, understandably, the fruit company isn’t providing any details about what sort of specs it will be sporting. That said, a dummy unit of an alleged iPhone 13 Pro recently made its way online, giving us a glimpse what could be heading our way.
The leaked image comes by way of the Japan-based tech site, Mac Otakara, which claims that their image is that of a 3D printed mockup of the iPhone 13 Pro. More to the point, the dummy unit shows us that the phone could ship out with a smaller notch than what is seen on current iPhone models, housed in a 6.1-inch display. Also, the phone’s selfie camera seems to have been shifted to the left of the notch, instead of staying on the right side.
In terms of measurements, the Japanese tech site says that the iPhone 13 Pro’s notch would be 5.35mm in height and 26.80mm in width.
Apple’s alleged move to introduce a smaller notch with future iPhone models isn’t all that surprising, nor is it anything new. The company from Cupertino has long toyed with the idea of revamping it since the launch of its first notched display on the iPhone X. Apart from that, the iPhone 13 series are also expected to be fitted with ProMotion 120Hz displays, improve colours, and a much faster A15 SoC, among other things.