The upcoming Apple iPhone 13 lineup will apparently arrive with certain changes, with a slightly thicker body and a larger camera bump compared to the last year’s iPhone 12 series,as per a new report.
According to a MacRumors report, the new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro models from the Cupertino based giant will feature a thickness of 7.57mm, which is up from the 7.4mm thickness of the iPhone 12 models. This marks a modest increase of 0.17mm that would realistically not be noticeable to the average user. Although, the one thing that will be a bit more notable will be the larger camera bump on the rear of the new models.
The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro will have camera bumps that protrude more than its predecesors. While the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro have a camera bump hieght of 1.5mm and 1,7mm respectively, the iPhone 13 is expected to arrive with a taller 2.51mm camera bump. On the other hand, the iPhone 13 Pro will have an even larger 3.65mm camera bump. A probably reason for the rising thickness of the camera bump is likely to prevent the lenses from protruding as much on the iPhone 13 models.
In simpler terms, the company is making changes in the design to have the camera bump be thicker rather than have the individual lenses protrude as much on the upcoming iPhone models. This would also allow the lenses to sit closer to a flush position within the device’s body. While Apple is considering to make slight changes in the overall design, the most noticeable will no doubtedly be with the iPhone 13 Pro and its camera bump. So stay tuned for more updates regarding this matter.
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