As the presentation of the iPhone 13 approaches, more and more rumors and information are coming to the public. In the last few days, the highlight has been the design of the new smartphones and today we have new data that proves Apple’s decisions.

Through the EverythingApplePro channel, new images arrive and renders CAD of the structure of the iPhone 13 Mini and 13 Pro Max. In both models there is a greater projection in their rear camera modules, which indicates that this should be transversal to the whole family.

iPhone 13 will be thicker and the fault of your camera

iPhone 13 Pro Max

The image above shows the difference between the rear camera module from iPhone 12 Pro Max to iPhone 13 Pro Max. Although it must also be made up of three lenses, the total size of the module will be larger.

This will contribute to its new sensor, even bigger than the one that was introduced in the model presented last September. Even your LiDAR sensor will be bigger, so it is understandable that the module is also bigger.

The same trend applies to the iPhone 13 Mini which, despite sales below expectations in the 12 Mini, will return in 2021. A strong indicator that even the entry model of this family will be entitled to larger photographic sensors.

iPhone 13 Mini

However, we should not expect to include the LiDAR sensor or a telephoto in the iPhone 13 Mini. This should be maintained with the main lens and a wide angle, as we should already know.

These changes will, of course, have an impact on the thickness of the models in question. According to the source, the iPhone 13 Mini will be 0.26mm thicker than its predecessor and the iPhone 13 Pro Max 0.25mm.

Given the consistency of the data that has come to us recently, we can say that the design of the iPhone 13 family will already be closed. As anticipated, this year’s Apple phones will not be abruptly different from those that were revealed in late summer 2020.

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