First real photos of iPhone 13 showcase a major design feature

A few hours are left before the main event of the day, and this is not about the start of the new season of the Champions League. We are talking about the presentation of Apple, which will show the new iPhone 13. Meanwhile, for the first time, real photos of one of the future novelties have appeared on the Web.

Apple smartphones have been spotted several times from the back, and the main thing that we learned from this is that there are minimal differences compared to the iPhone 12. One of the key features of the new generation models in terms of appearance will be reduced “bangs”.

“Monobrow” appeared back in 2017 in the iPhone X. Since then, in smartphones on Android, it has evolved into a teardrop notch, and even later, only a small hole at the top of the screen began to be allocated for the selfie camera. Apple, on the other hand, released all of its models with wide bangs. The only exception was the iPhone SE (2020).

In the photo, you can see that the cutout has indeed shrunk, making the status bar fit more items. In particular, the battery charge level. Now you don’t need to open the notification panel to do this.

Later, renders leaked to the Web, in which the iPhone 13 is depicted with a fingerprint scanner built into the display. But you need to take them with a healthy dose of skepticism. Most likely, new items will keep Face ID technology as the only advanced way to identify the owner. Whether it is true or not, we will find out in a few hours.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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