iPhone 13 Pro Max Dummy Model Depicts Smaller Notch
Apples iPhone 13 models are anticipated to feature a slendered down notch, marking the very first major change to the TrueDepth cam system given that it was introduced in the 2017 iPhone X.
Were still months away from the launch of the iPhone 13, but Lewis Hilsenteger of Unbox Therapy handled to get an iPhone 13 Pro Max dummy design that represents what we can anticipate from the new 2021 gadget.
Dummy models often come out ahead of when brand-new iPhone designs introduce to give case makers an idea of what to anticipate, and while this one is offered earlier than usual, it appears to match up with reports that weve heard so far.
The dummy design is a Pro Max, so it includes a fake 6.7-inch display screen, and it has a reasonable design thats higher quality than most mockups. The 13 Pro Max dummy design looks comparable to the 12 Pro Max when it pertains to create, but there is a significant modification to the notch.
In line with rumors, the notch is slendered down and less large, with the 4 elements of the TrueDepth Camera System situated more closely to one another. The speaker has actually been transferred above the TrueDepth camera system rather than in the middle, which is the primary reason why the notch is smaller sized.
There are three electronic camera lenses that are larger than the video camera lenses in the existing iPhone 12 Pro Max, perhaps due to the rumored inclusion of sensor-shift optical image stabilization for the Ultra Wide lens, which will join the exact same sensor-shift stabilization that was contributed to the Wide lens in 2020.
Dummy design on right, iPhone 12 Pro Max on leftThe electronic camera bump is bigger to accommodate the bigger lenses, and the lenses themselves are flush with each camera protrusion, a minor tweak from what we saw in the iPhone 12 Pro Max where lenses protrude a bit from each electronic camera module.
There are no modifications to the location of the volume and mute buttons or the power button, and theres a clear Lightning port. There were some early reports that at least one iPhone 13 design might have a portless design, but later info recommended that would not happen.
The dummy model appears to be a bit thicker than the iPhone 12 Pro Max, however the difference is very little. Depending on the precision of the dummy model, the iPhone 13 Pro Max might be just slightly narrower.
For more on what to anticipate in the iPhone 13, we have a dedicated iPhone 13 roundup that aggregates whatever we know about the new iPhones to date.