A metal model of Apple’s iPhone 13 series has been revealed today by @DigitalChat. Photos show that while Apple’s iPhone 13 still has the same bangs as its predecessor, the receiver has been moved to the top of the phone, reducing the size of the bangs while retaining Face ID.
In addition, Apple’s iPhone 13 has a larger rear matrix lens module than its predecessor. As for the new technology that users have been expecting to unlock their faces in 3D under the screen, the blogger said that it is still far away. It is expected that next year’s new iPhone will still have bangs on the screen.
The blogger previously revealed that there is a major update to the new iPhone 13 Pro series. The Pro version of the iPhone 13 will have an LTPO120Hz display, which is the first time that Apple has introduced a 120Hz display with a high refresh rate on an iPhone.
According to the previous foreign media revelations, Apple iPhone 13 series will also have a “reverse optimization”, that is, the body thickness increase. The new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro models are expected to be 7.57mm thick, higher than the 7.4mm thickness of the iPhone 12 Mini models. The rear lens on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Sat Pro is between 1.5mm and 1.7mm, while the rear lens on the iPhone 13 is 2.51mm thick. The lens thickness of the iPhone 13 Pro is 3.65mm.