This year’s new iPhone design promises some long awaited features that will help Apple’s totemic smartphone to stand out from the crowd, offer an enticing upgrade to existing owners, and to catch up with one of the key advantages currently enjoyed by Android users. The secret sauce will be in the screen, and the latest look at the technology shows Apple is finally addressing a point of physical contention.
The details come from noted Apple source Macotakara, Obtaining a mockup of the upcoming iPhone 13 is a significant moment, Mockups are used by many peripheral manufacturers for checking external fit and fixtures, as the external dimensions and I/O are clearly visible. The biggest change is in the screen notch. Apple has finally cut the size to provide more screen real estate. BGR’s Yoni Hesler:
“Confirming previous reports, a new dummy mockup of the iPhone 13 obtained by Macotakara shows that Apple’s next-gen iPhone, as rumored, will boast a slightly smaller notch. The mockup depicted below is of the iPhone 13 Pro, so it remains to be seen if every single model in Apple’s 2021 iPhone lineup will feature a smaller notch.”