iPhone 13 Pro Max dummy hands-on video shows a smaller notch, Bigger camera modules
Lew from Unbox Therapy has gotten its hands on a pretty much consumer grade looking dummy model of the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max. it's a non-functioning unit, but it gives us a good idea of what to expect from the real one.
Keep in mind even though he has shown us some numbers regarding the size and thickness, but Dummy units are usually based on rumored schematics. Final product will probably have a different one.
We can see in the video iPhone 13 Pro Max mockup has very similar dimensions to the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
But the overall design isn’t that much different from the current model. It seems just a bit more pro model of the already pro max model.
There are two key changes here at the front.
First, the model has a visibly smaller notch than the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The speaker has been moved out of the notch to the top bezel, and the FaceID sensors now sit more closely together.
There’s another big change but at the back. The new phone is expected to feature an improved ultra-wide-angle camera with an aperture of f/1.8, as opposed to the current model's f/2.4 aperture. So the opening is way Larger than the current model in the lens to let light in. That means better pictures even in low light.
The size of camera modules will likely increase as well. That’s pretty easy to guess as well.
That's about it for exterior changes. Everything else is identical to the one in the market.
But the portless iphone future is still might be a little far or maybe this is a dummy unit made for Case makers, or maybe apple is still thinking whether they should go portless this year. Probably these are the reasons why there's still a lightning port hole on this dummy unit.
The iPhone 13 series will reportedly be unveiled in September. The phones will likely be powered by the A15 Bionic chipset and the Pro models may feature under-screen Touch ID scanner,120Hz screens, Finally.
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