New rumors about the future iPhone 13 arrive

New rumors about the future iPhone 13 arrive

More flashy rumors begin to arrive about what will be Apple’s future smartphone, the future iPhone 13.

iphone 13 concept

An iPhone 13 concept without a notch

It has been about three months since Manzana will launch its new iPhone, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro in all its variants. And, how could it be otherwise, with an eye to the future device of the apple, rumors of the future begin to arrive iPhone 13.

It is not the first batch of rumors, yes. In fact, the same October and without the iPhone 12, we already saw the first rumors that predicted the return of Touch ID, integrated into the screen, and the complete disappearance of ports, among others. But today some different ones arrive.

There wouldn’t be many substantial improvements to future iPhone 13s if we ignore these rumors

According to different leakers, we cannot expect great things from the futures iPhone 13. In fact, they point out that the design of the iPhone 13 will be practically identical to the design of the new iPhone 12, although they could be somewhat thicker to integrate more battery.

They also point out that the notch of the iPhone it would be slightly reduced. This is something that was expected of iPhone 12, but finally we did not see the reduction of notch, so it does not seem unreasonable that it arrives with the future generation, until we see its disappearance.

iPhone 13 rumor 2020

What can we expect from future iPhone 13s?

Regarding the cameras, they would not have too many changes or improvements internally. Only the sensor would be added LiDAR to all the models that will be presented iPhone 13, and the three cameras would be integrated into a covered module that would make them stop being exposed as they are now.

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We do not know if these rumors will finally come true or we will see totally different devices. What we do know is that it is still too early to know what Manzana plans to present, predictably, in September 2021.

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