According to Pigtou, the site has shared renders of what claims to be Apple’s ‘iPhone 13’ based on leaked CAD drawings of the next iPhone, showing a similar design as iPhone 12 but now with a diagonal camera layout, as rumoured.
Historically, colour has been the only difference between the (Product) Red version of an iPhone and all the other versions, so all the visible specifications can be extended to the rest of the iPhone 13 family.
The renders showcase dimensions that are going to be the same as (or at least very similar) to the previous generation of iPhones, and a design language so similar that many may wonder why the new iPhone hasn’t already been dubbed the iPhone 12S.
The most noticeable physical difference is the positioning of the dual cameras at the back, which Apple apparently has decided to line up diagonally instead of vertically on the newer iPhone. Also visible is a slightly smaller notch at the top that houses a speaker grille as well.
The iPhone 13, or whatever Apple chooses to call it upon release, is also rumoured to sport a 120Hz ‘ProMotion’ display with an adaptive refresh rate and the A15 chipset, Apple’s next generation of mobile silicon.
Prominent Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has said the next iPhone’s launch schedule will be back to normal, so you should be able to get your hands on the iPhone 13 come October.