New information regarding the iPhone 13 screen, one of the elements that will change the most on the phone according to the latest wave of leaks received. A leakster known as “DuanRui” today shared an image showing two iPhone 13 screen protectors advancing the odd change to the phone’s display.
In previous tweets, DuanRui has accurately leaked the correct iPhone 12 model names and an iPad Air 4 manual revealing its new design, so there are good reasons to think this leak is credible. In addition, it should be noted that this coincides point by point with all the previous rumors that indicate that the iPhone 13 will have a slightly smaller notch than that of the current iPhone 12.
Renewing the iPhone 13 screen
In the image, which appears to show screens for an iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 mini, the notch is visibly smaller, which is believed to be the result of the earpiece speaker being moved up to lodge in it. top bezel. This was going to be a design decision that should be made with the iPhone 12 but it seems that the pandemic has forced this decision to be delayed until this year’s iPhone.
The supposed screen protectors of the iPhone 13 also show that the front camera moves towards the left side of the notch, as opposed to its location which is on the opposite side of the notch. According to a report by Mac Otakara, the iPhone 13’s TrueDepth camera array is “narrowing” because the receiver at the top of the screen will move towards the edge of the case, as shown in the images.
In frebero we began to hear the first rumors that the iPhone 13 would have a redesigned Face ID system that will allow to give life to a smaller notch at the top of the screen. Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the most famous Apple analysts, has also pointed out that the main changes in the design of the mobile phone would go in this direction, so the leak makes sense.
Other rumors that have been spilled about the iPhone 13 have suggested that the device will feature a 120 Hz screen, a faster A15 processor, larger batteries, and improvements to the LiDAR sensor of the current iPhone 12 Pro. of the screen remains for the models, not from 2022, but from 2023.