Tech blog 91Mobiles has published 3D renders of what it says are of the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro. The renders show a largely familiar device, albeit a thicker handset with a smaller notch and significantly larger rear camera system.
As you can see from the renders provided to us, the iPhone 13 Pro will indeed come with a slightly smaller notch compared to the one seen on the iPhone 12 Pro. Apple has managed to reduce the size of the notch by moving the earpiece above the sensors. To recall, previous iPhones saw the earpiece aligned with the front camera and Face ID sensors. The rest of the design seems largely similar to its predecessor. The upcoming iPhone 13 Pro will retain the boxy frame and triple rear cameras.
The website says it received the renders from unnamed “industry sources.” the iPhone 13 Pro is expected to boast sensor-shift stabilization and larger sensors. The iPhone 12 Pro Max is currently the only iPhone to have sensor-shift stabilization.
The iPhone 13 Pro renders show a handset measuring in at 146.7mm x 71.5mm x 7.6mm. This means the iPhone 13 Pro would be 0.2mm thicker than the iPhone 12 Pro, while the other dimensions would remain the same.