There are still a few months before the release of the iPhone 12 this year, and various rumors about the iPhone 13 have begun to emerge. Japanese website Mac Otakara today shared a 5.5-inch iPhone 3D model machine. The report mentioned that this iPhone will be released next year, which is iPhone 13.
This iPhone has bangs completely removed, and the FaceTime camera is in the top middle position. Mac Otakara said that iPhone 13 may use Samsung’s new under-panel sensor technology, which allows the camera to be mounted under the screen.
In addition to no bangs, iPhone 13 will also use ultra-narrow bezels. The back shell of the device only has a reserved position for the camera module, which can be used to test different camera modules. Last month, @choco_bit predicted that next year’s iPhone 13 will use four rear cameras and a lidar scanner.
Finally, the model machine seems to use the USB-C interface instead of the lightning interface. Although there have been rumors that the iPhone will use the USB-C interface, it has not been implemented. @Choco_bit also predicts that next year’s iPhone will cancel all interfaces and use wireless charging with Smart Connector for data transmission.
Apple analyst Mr. Guo also predicted that the high-end iPhone will provide a “completely wireless experience” in 2021.
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