Here’s what the iPhone 13 mini’s rumored diagonal camera module could look like
Apple is rumored to be considering a new diagonal rear camera layout for the iPhone 13, with renders shared earlier this week offering a glimpse at what the new lens arrangement could look like on the upcoming device.
Today, SvetApple has shared several new concept images that bring to life the earlier rumor, showing how the rear camera system could be upgraded, and what Apple’s final design could look like when launched later this year.
The “iPhone 13 mini” is expected to be Apple’s last 5.4-inch iPhone, with well-respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reporting on Wednesday that in 2022 the small device will likely be missing from Apple’s product lineup following multiple reports suggesting the smallest of Apple’s four iPhone 12 models has seen lackluster sales and production cuts.
The iPhone 13 is expected to feature a shrunken notch with a repositioned earpiece, that will be embedded into the device’s top bezel to achieve the smaller look, expected to see the TrueDepth camera and sensor system reduce in width from 34.83mm to 26.80mm following an alleged iPhone 13 dummy appearing online last week.
You can see the full gallery of iPhone 13 mini concept images over at svetapple.sk.