What happened? Apple is set to unveil the iPhone 13 next week, but the fake device may have recently confirmed the final design of the earlier iPhone 13 Pro. According to previous leaks and rumors, this device is not much different from its predecessor - it seems that Apple has been waiting for the iPhone for the next 14 years to make the most significant changes.
The alleged phantom unit appears in a video on Chinese social networking site Weibo (via Slash Gear). It is similar to the iPhone 13 Pro, the smaller version of the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Like its predecessor, it has a triple camera on the back, although the lenses could be slightly larger.
The phone's interface is significantly different from the iPhone 12 Pro. Thanks to Apple, I replaced the Face ID sensors and speakerphone.
We've heard that minor updates are being made on the outside of the phone as well as on the inside. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are expected to have the same 120Hz ProMotion display on the iPad Pro, while the usual hardware is improved, better camera specs, (possibly) a bigger battery, and a new SoC are expected.
Those looking for the perfect iPhone combination are better off waiting for the next 14 years. John Prosser recently released unofficial photos of the iPhone 14 Pro Max showing the camera assembly displayed almost with the body. We also see that Apple can join almost any other phone maker by replacing the long notch with a slotted one by sliding multiple sensors under the screen. Dummy units are made for similar purposes, manufacturers use actual device specifications, so assuming it's a real deal, it should provide an accurate representation of the iPhone 13 Max. We'll definitely find out during the Apple Streaming California event on September 14th.
iPhone 13 Pro dummy module shows minor Apple design changes