Apple iPhone 13 Pro: High-resolution renders purport to show the device's finalised design
@LeaksApplePro has shared several high-resolution renders of the iPhone 13 Pro, one of four iPhones that Apple is expected to launch this year. While @LeaksApplePro claims that the renders are of 'the finalised version', although they have provided no information to confirm that this is the case. Incidentally, they caveated that previous statement with 'some things could be changed during mass production'.
As expected, the iPhone 13 Pro looks like the current model, albeit with a smaller notch. Based on previous rumours, Apple has shifted the earpiece to within the frame, saving some space in the notch. Additionally, @LeaksApplePro claims that Apple has reduced the thickness of the camera housing for this year's iPhone while increasing the size of each camera module for newer sensors.
Moreover, @LeaksApplePro asserts that Apple has made the iPhone 13 Pro less prone to picking up fingerprints than the iPhone 12 Pro. 120 Hz LTPO displays are expected to arrive this year too, but only on Pro models. The iPhone 13 series is slated to arrive in September with the same model types as last year's iPhone 12 series.