The past week has been rife with rumors and leaks about the alleged design of the future iPhone 13. We are still about six months from its launch on the market, but the design changes are becoming increasingly apparent.

It should be recalled that, earlier this week, the MySmartPrice website advanced with an exclusive of the alleged molds of the iPhone 13. There it was advanced that the terminal should maintain the general design lines of its predecessor, but with two changes.

Reduced notch and rear-camera layout expected to change on iPhone 13

The most popular change is the reduction of notch. The other change is related to the location of the ultrawide lens at the rear, which is diagonally arranged in relation to the main sensor. O leakster David Kowalski joined the Pigtou channel, and revealed CAD renders of the iPhone 13 in red (Product Red), with these changes highlighted.

The design is very similar to the iPhone 12, with a screen, rear and flat sides. The notch is noticeably smaller, and the diagonal layout of the cameras is also immediately apparent. Still, there is no information about expected changes in the sensors.

The iPhone 13 is expected to maintain the 6.1 ”inch of the current model. It should be accompanied by an iPhone 13 Pro with the same dimensions, 13 mini with 5.4 ”inches and 13 Pro Max with 6.7” inches.

IPhone 13 concept
IPhone 13 concept. Credit: David Kowalski / Pigtou

You should note that this video and images are not official. They are just concepts based on the alleged molds of the terminal.

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