iPhone 13: they will be a little thicker, especially at the camera

    The latest indiscretion relating to iPhone 13, which will be presented after the summer, concerns their physical dimensions. According to some sketches published by the portal MacRumors, all iPhone 13 models will measure 7.55mm thick compared to 7.4mm in the current 12 series.

    The variation is 0.15 mm. Really unnoticeable. More decisive, however, the expected change for the swelling of the body near the cameras, especially for the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max models. Both devices of the Pro family will be equipped with 36 mm x 37 mm camera inserts on the back, noticeably larger than the housing seen on 12 Pro models.

    The base version of the iPhone 13 will feature a 29 x 29mm camera cutout compared to the 28 x 30mm cutout of the iPhone 12 currently on the market. The thickness of the “bump” near the optical group of the 13 Pro series will also be about 3.65 mm compared to the 1.5-1.7 mm of the 12 Pro series. Apple should also introduce stabilization on both the main camera and on the ultrawide one in the new iPhone 13 Pro models, which could explain the presence of a larger camera footprint.


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