Dummies for the iPhone 13 have been given out to various firms who require them (usually, case makers), resulting in inevitable leaks. We’ve previously seen a shot of all four models, and now there’s much more to view.
Marques Brownlee has shared a picture. All four models are dressed in white this time. And no, the regular iPhone 13 isn’t bigger than the 13 Pro; it’s simply skewed slightly. Even if they don’t have the same screen, the two models will have the same size.
Only the two Pro versions are expected to sport LTPO screens with 120 Hz refresh rates, while the other two phones will continue with 60 Hz. Apple will not go all-in on LTPO until the iPhone 14 generation.
Here are a few examples of instances that have already been created. These will fit over current iPhone 12 models, however the cameras and buttons will not line up perfectly.
And have a look at these — they were provided by Benks, a Chinese accessories manufacturer. These will most likely be utilized to create iPhone 13 case molds.
The iPhone 13 series will be made by Foxconn and Pegatron; bulk production hasn’t begun yet, but it won’t be long, since Apple is aiming for a September release (or October if there are major delays).