Apple's upcoming iPhone 13 Pro final designs have been allegedly leaked. Renders leaked by LeaksApplePro (via Vova LD) suggest how the iPhone 13 might look when it goes on sale.

The leaked images reveal a smaller notch. The camera bump is larger and at the same time, flatter with the stainless steel side rails. The stainless steel side rails address the issue of fingerprint resistance which was seen as a problem in iPhone 12.

Image Courtesy: LeaksApplePro/Vova LD

The rear cameras appear bigger which may result in brighter images even without night mode enabled. All these images support previous leaks and render and there is little chance that there would be any major changes made in the future. 

Image Courtesy: LeaksApplePro/Vova LD

 

Apart from this, the iPhone 13 could feature 120Hz ProMotion displays with an adaptive refresh rate, under-display Touch ID on at least some of the models, and a more powerful A15 Bionic chip with

The device will run on iOS 15 expected to be unveiled at the WWDC 2021 next month. For further updates, stay tuned.

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