Bunkers, a major accessory maker, has posted photographs of metal molds for all four models of the iPhone 13 line? which are used for the production of covers.

These photos again confirm the changes that have taken place in the design. iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 received a new arrangement of the main camera modules, by which they can immediately be distinguished from their predecessors.

As for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, the design has not changed, but the area of ​​the entire camera block has become much larger, and the distance between the modules has also increased. The front of the smartphones was not shown, however, according to rumors, the iPhone 13 series will receive a reduced bang.

The entire iPhone 13 lineup was shown in a general photo of the mockups used for the production of cases.

Pro models will receive ProMotion displays that will support 120Hz refresh rates. Older models will get modern panels with support for adaptive refresh rate, which will allow efficient use of battery power.

The smartphones will be based on the Apple A15 Bionic SoC, which is manufactured by TSMC using an improved 5nm process technology. All four iPhone 13 models are expected to support an always-on display as well as portrait video recording.

The presentation is expected in September this year.

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