Third-party iPhone 13 renders unreservedly expose the upcoming Apple smartphone's design
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While there only seems to be a few hours left before Apple unleashes the iPhone 13 range upon the world, there is still plenty of interest in what Cupertino has got planned for its flagship smartphones. There have been a lot of leaks concerning both the design and specs of the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max, and this latest one courtesy of Evan Blass should satisfy those more curious about the looks.
The images (see below) clearly come from Spigen, a third-party case manufacturer that is not opposed to the occasional “oopsy” leak in regard to Apple’s products. For instance, just a couple of days ago the company posted an image of a mound of cases just ready for shipment – and of course there was a sneaky look at the iPhone 13 design on the front. It’s argued that Spigen does not get early access to Apple’s official designs and has to rely on leaks – so there might still be some differences when the real thing is finally revealed.
Obviously the focus in the renders is mainly on Spigen’s cases, but the iPhone 13 (dual-camera setup) and the iPhone 13 Pro (triple-camera setup) have not been ignored. The main takeaway to be had, at least in comparison with the iPhone 12, is the presence of the expected smaller notch on the display panel. The sheer size of the iPhone 13 Pro’s large camera housing can also be made out. Now fans only have to wait for the specs surprises and the price tags for Apple’s 2021 flagship smartphones.