It is no secret that the Cupertino giant Apple is working on its next iPhone generation. Now we have some leaked renders that suggest the design changes coming to the Apple iPhone 13 Series. According to the CAD renders we can expect Apple iPhone 13 Series to have larger camera modules than the previous generation.
According to a video from EverythingApplePro, the 2021 lineup of iPhones will have a larger camera module to accommodate sensors that will come with sensor-shift stabilisation. If you did not know Apple introduced the sensor-shift stabilisation in the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Series which means unlike other smartphones which stabilise the lens, these iPhones will adjust the sensor according to the movement.
Other details from the CAD renders, suggest that the sensors will be placed inside a “perfect square” camera island and the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max cameras will protrude slightly about 0.87mm more than its predecessor. The video also suggests that the overall body thickness will get a bump by 0.25mm. One other notable change is in the layout of the cameras in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini as the camera sensors will be placed diagonally opposite each other.
Talking about the Apple iPhone 13 Pro models, this time it will also sport the LiDAR sensor which was exclusive to the iPhone 12 Pro Max model. The LiDAR sensor is expected to deliver improvement in accuracy for corners, edges, and AR. Including all these will make the module protrude 3.65mm, compared to the 2.79mm on the Apple iPhone 12 Pro. The renders also tell us that the iPhone 13 Pro will be 3.41mm taller and 4.81mm wider than its predecessor.
That is all we know about the iPhone 13 Series from the latest leaks, make sure to stay tuned to learn more about the potential leaks coming your way about the upcoming Apple iPhone 13 models.