The new iPhone 13 will arrive on the market between September and October, following Apple’s usual calendar. And by this time, the first leaks of information that seem to be more sustained start to emerge.

As has happened in previous years, one of the biggest desires of Apple fans is that the company abandon the notch or simply reduce its size, and consequent intrusion on the screen. Something that should happen this year.

iPhone 13 Pro will have reduced notch, according to alleged smartphone mold

Images of the alleged iPhone 13 Pro mold. Credit: 91mobiles
Images of the alleged iPhone 13 Pro mold. Credit: 91mobiles

91mobiles cites an undisclosed internal source, and says the iPhone 13 Pro will maintain the design lines of current models. This means that we will have a flat frame, and the camera module that we already know. But the revealed images show a change in relief.

Notch size comparison on iPhone 12 Pro and alleged iPhone 13 Pro
Notch size comparison on iPhone 12 Pro and alleged iPhone 13 Pro. Credit: 91mobiles

As you can see in the alleged mold of the iPhone 13 Pro shared by 91mobiles, the smartphone will have as a novelty the reduction of the size of the notch. Something that matches the images revealed by MySmartPrice.

This source also revealed this Tuesday that the iPhone 13 will hit the market with a design very similar to the previous model. The major aesthetic change is also related to the desired reduction in notch.

Alleged iPhone 13 mold. Credit: MySmartPrice
Alleged iPhone 13 mold. Credit: MySmartPrice

Apparently, Apple will achieve this reduction by transporting the audio components to the top edge of the equipment. If these patterns are confirmed, it will be the first major change in notch since its introduction on the iPhone X in 2017.

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