The rumors about iPhone 13 which has expected to launch in September 2021, are in circulation. The latest leak comes from the video posted by Japanese site Mac Otakara that shares the 3D prototype of the iPhone 13. We are still a few months away from the iPhone 12, but the rumors regarding its successor model have already in circulation. If this rumor comes true then the iPhone 13 will be the first device with completely wireless experience as it comes with USB-C charger.
Mac Otakara shares the video which depicts the mockup of the iPhone 13 in 3D printed format. It believed that the information has been gathered from the Chinese e-commerce platform Alibaba. It may sport a 5.5 inches display which is an inch bigger than the iPhone 12. The key change on the display aspect is that it will be a notch-free model and thereby expected to adjust the Face ID and TrueDepth Camera under the display. This will be done on the line with Samsung’s under panel sensor technology.
The leak also shows the five dots on the backside of the upcoming iPhone 13 and indicates the possible adjustment for different camera modules. Further, it has speculated that the device will sport a quad-camera setup with the LiDAR technology. However, the most exciting and welcome change is the switch to a wireless charging system. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the 2021 iPhone model will be portless for wireless charging functionality. It will replace the lightening system with a USB-C type of wireless charging infrastructure.
This is just one prototype of the iPhone 13, we should take with the grain of salt as Apple can change its plans anytime and introduce the different versions too. So it is better to guess the iPhone 13 with all possible modifications and innovative technology. Rather we should concern with this year’s iPhone 12 which has expected to launch in September. However, it will be interesting to see whether Apple releases the iPhone, Apple AirPods & Apple Watch Series 6 as per schedule or postpones it as the whole world is facing the COVID 19 pandemic.