UPDATE (07/09/2021) – PM
Images Recently Weibo . shared on Show what appear to be non-functional models of the series iphone 13, entitled not only to the original version but also to the versions small, Supporter I Pro Max of devices.
The units feature a curious brushed metal finish and reinforce the design changes suggested in previous leaks, including a differentiated orientation for the iPhone 12 and 12 mini on the cameras, and larger modules, especially on the Pro and Pro Max.
You may also notice that the apples on the back of the cell phone are dim, but they are easily recognizable.
Rumors suggest that Apple’s next line of cellphones may be exactly what is advertised iphone 12s, given that it doesn’t introduce significant design changes to rankle the entire generation ahead.
Update (07/08/2021) – EB
iPhone 13, 13 Mini, Pro and Pro Max have leaked covers reportedly indicating new sensors for the cameras
A few days ago we saw potential iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max cases with holes for the larger camera module, evidenced by changes to the new generation main sensor. Today we have new cover pictures, but this time from the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini, which should also get better new sensors.
The new images we’ll be seeing today are covers for the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini, which complete the quartet of cell phones that Apple will announce in September alongside the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models.
Cases that should be destined for the iPhone 13 and 13 mini surfaced on Weibo and were shared by leaker Duanaray on Twitter.
Check out the images below:
As you can see, the holes for the camera module are much larger in these cases than in the iPhone 12 and 12 mini models. This difference becomes even more apparent when looking at the measurements taken by the source, where the modules had the following sizes:
- iPhone 12/12 Mini: 13.83mm
- iPhone 13/13 Mini: 15.32mm
To give you an idea, the modules for the iPhone 13 and 13 mini should be roughly the same size as those used in the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which measures 15.39 mm, indicating the use of the same sensor as the current generation at the most basic. Maybe iPhone 13 models.
Taking it a step further, it is possible to speculate that the new iPhone 13 models support advanced image stabilization which is only available on the current iPhone 12 and 12 Pro Max.
It will be a nice addition to the new generation from Apple, after all image stabilization is an important feature and if added to the larger camera lens, the new iPhone 13 and 13 mini could become good options for an upgrade if you have one. The current generation model other than the Pro.
Original article (07/06/2021)
that next iphone 13 pro I iphone 13 pro max big lens, plus other details shown in a schematic, you already know. Now, the alleged cell phone covers of these new models point to the true dimension of these improvements with respect to the previous models.
In photos shared by user UnclePanPan on Weibo (reposted on Twitter by Duanrui), we see that iphone 12 pro Embedded in a silicone case designed for the new smartphones in the line. If these are the final measurements, then we are looking at a rear camera module whose width is more than half of the panel.
Insert the iPhone 12 Pro Max into the iPhone 13 Pro Max Mobile Phone Protective Case.
— duanrui (@duanrui1205) 6 July 2021
One of the reasons for this increase must be the introduction of stabilization that existed until then. iphone 12 pro max, and now Must reach all new models. There are also rumors that Apple is working on a bigger camera sensor that lets in even more light.
In a comparison between the measurements of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and 13 Pro Max, it’s also possible to see an increase in the rear module, albeit a more sneaky one.
As per the image, the module will be magnified in all directions, possibly due to the stabilization sensor. However, we can expect the same square design that we have seen in the last two years.
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(Updated July 9, 2021 at 11:38 am)