Apple iPhone 13 design leaked showing off new screen and camera
The yet-to-be-released iPhone 13 Pro design has been leaked, revealing major changes on the way.
LeaksApplePro shared images of what is believed to be the finalised version of the latest iPhone model, which will be shipped in September.
Changes could include a flatter camera bump, a reduced notch and larger camera sensors.
The device is expected to include three 12-megapixel image sensors and a laser rangefinder.
The latest iPhone model is expected to come with the second-generation 5nm process A15 processor, which uses external Qualcomm X60 5G baseband.
It is also believed the model will feature a 1TB storage option, which would be twice the maximum storage capacity of the current model.
And while the leak has left many fans excited for the next release, some were a little less than impressed by the changes.
LeaksApplePro said overall it was a “pretty solid S upgrade that will be worth the money”.
But not everyone agrees.
“I see no difference but I hope the charging port is still intact,” one wrote.
“Looks exactly the same as an iPhone 12 Pro,” wrote another.
“Pretty solid? It’s the bare minimum of S upgrades,” another wrote.