The iPhone 13 continues to appear on the web. As leaks and rumors multiply, a talented videographer has developed 3D renderings showing the design of Apple’s future smartphone. The sequence allows to get a more precise idea of ​​the notch of reduced size and of the photo block whose sensors are arranged diagonally. Moreover, the iPhone 13 is in line with the iPhone 12, notably with flat edges.

iphone 13 design - iPhone 13: this video reveals the design of Apple's future flagship

Based on the many leaks and rumors that have emerged in recent months, famous Indian Youtuber Waqar Khan has developed 3D renderings showing the standard iPhone 13. The videographer is known for his 3D videos devoted to smartphones not yet released on the market. The man is based solely on the information already available on the web. We therefore urge you to be cautious.

However, Waqar Khan’s renderings corroborate information that is already almost confirmed. As expected, the iPhone 13 is intended to be very close to the iPhone 12. Apple is essentially stay true to the design introduced last year. We thus find flat edges in homage to the old iPhone, a metal frame and a photo block arranged in a square shape with rounded edges.

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Reduced notch, photo block revised…. Here is the iPhone 13!

Above all, the video highlights a small notch. As expected, Apple would have finally managed to reduce the size of the TrueDepth sensors necessary for the operation of Face ID facial recognition. To save space, Apple would now have the speaker above the TrueDepth sensors, in the upper border rather than in the center of the notch.

Finally, the standard iPhone 13 differs from the iPhone 12 by its reworked photo block. Rather than having the objectives vertically on the left part, the Cupertino company places sensors diagonally. This change allows the brand to differentiate its new iPhones from the previous generation. Note the presence ofa lidar scanner, already integrated in the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max, in the lower left corner of the block.

As a reminder, the iPhone 13 are not expected before September 2021. We tell you more as soon as possible about the future smartphones signed Apple. While waiting for more information, feel free to give your opinion on the design of the iPhone 13 in the comments below.