New images show the front and back of the iPhone 13 (Pro)
A new batch of photos of the iPhone 13 has emerged. The dummy models show the modified camera module, but contrary to rumors, the notch at the top of the screen still looks the same. This year, Apple is expected to make a number of camera improvements for the iPhone 13. The iPhone 13 Pro models are likely to get an improved ultra-wide camera with a wider f/1.8 aperture, a six-element lens, and autofocus.
After the recent leak of an image showing the four new iPhones, this new leak appears to confirm the modified camera placement. The new images come from leaker DuanRui, who was recently asked to stop by Apple attorneys. The source has shown in the past that it has reliable information.
These latest images appear to show the back of both the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. Most importantly, the iPhone 13 shows that the camera module has been rearranged to place the two lenses diagonally. Unlike the previous dummy leak, this set includes an image of the front. While not entirely clear, it doesn’t seem to match the smaller notch shown in an earlier 3D-printed dummy.
The iPhone 13 Pro series would also be equipped with sensor-shift stabilization. This should result in improvements in low-light performance and stabilization by reducing camera shake. This feature would be available for the wide and ultrawide camera of the Pro models. Other rumors suggest that the new iPhone models will also be able to shoot videos in portrait mode.