IPhone 13 models are widely expected to feature a notch less, and we can share the first look at the possible design.
Greek repair provider iRepair has released a picture of MacRumors front-facing glass panels for iPhone 13 models, with the same three 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch display sizes as the iPhone 12 lineup. The notch on each iPhone is significantly smaller due to the in-ear speaker being moved into the high bezel, a design option that was initially rumored for last year’s iPhone 12 models but failed. .
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and a few other sources previously said that a few Face ID components will be fixed in iPhone 13 models, resulting in a smaller notch, but did not mention the earphone be reset.
The design of the notch has remained unchanged since the demise of the iPhone X in 2017. After declining the pound this year, Kuo said that Apple plans to switch to a punch-hole display design for at least some 2022 iPhone models, like Samsung’s Galaxy S21 and other recent smartphones, are followed by an iPhone with a true full-screen design with no knots or holes and an under-display fingerprint scanner as early as 2023.
Beyond the pound, iPhone 13 models are expected to have an almost identical design as iPhone 12 models, with rumors of key new features including the introduction of 120Hz display on Pro models, larger batteries, chip Faster A15, and camera enhancements. Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 13 lineup in September, marking a return to its usual launch schedule.