iPhone 13: new renders purport to confirm earlier design-related leaks
The next Apple flagship smartphones might be called the iPhone 13 line; however, it is very apparent by now that many leakers familiar with the subject think of the devices as the 12s series. This is due to projections that they will reprise the flat-edged design of the 2020 models, alongside limited incidences of breakthrough features for the 2021 models.
The "13s" are now even expected to continue the multi-circle rear camera hump trend into 2021. Some initial leaks suggested that it might be refined by putting the entire collection of resulting protrusions behind a new glass window; however, EverythingApplePro and Max Weinbach rubbished this idea in their latest leak.
Then again, these influential tipsters did support rumors of a new and smaller notch in the 13 series. A new set of renders, apparently generated by SpecsTech and posted to SlashLeaks, exhibit a consensus on this point. The "iPhone 13 Pro" shown within them also have a camera hump that honestly looks like a mirror image of those of the Find X3 Pro, albeit with many more sharp raised edges.
On that note, the purported Apple device is depicted in colors not a million miles away from those of the new OPPO flagship line (being shades of white, beige-gold and blue). Nevertheless, the leaker also alleges that there is also to be a matte black version.
This individual also intimates they have an actual working unit in hand, seeking to add authenticity to this claims with comments such as "Still can't move icons freely on my homescreen". Finally, this new possible iPhone 13 Pro preview adds some (rather predictable) details such as references to 120Hz Pro Motion technology, "Apple Silicon" and improved cameras for this new generation of Apple mobile devices.