Apple may offer the iPhone 13 in new colors. In addition, the design should be less attractive to fingerprints. The camera could also be redesigned a little so that it no longer protrudes that far from the housing. However, all of these outlooks are more than ambiguous.
Apple may again offer new colors for the iPhone 13. In a new video, among other things, Max Weinbach’s leaks are dealt with, who was sometimes right in the past, but often not. After that, Apple is working on a new matt black for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. This revised stainless steel case should attract less dirt and fingerprints than the current models, which some users have already noticed negatively.
Is the camera getting a little less intrusive?
A forecast about a revised main camera is also interesting. This will not completely disappear in the device, but it may protrude less from the housing. The cameras on the iPhone have become bigger and more distinctive over the past few years, and that hasn’t necessarily sparked pure enthusiasm among customers. The camera should also take portrait photos much better by merging data from the lens and the LiDAR sensor, which should show small details more accurately. It should also be possible to record portrait videos in the future. Furthermore, a new stabilization function is to be poured directly into the software, which ensures that objects are always kept in focus during video recordings.
Since this function is part of iOS, it is conceivable that Apple will also equip other iPhones with this feature at a later date. The iPhone 13 is also reported to be available in four versions, including an iPhone 13 Mini with a 5.4-inch display.
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