iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro to be Thicker Big Camera Bumps Over iPhone 12 Series
iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro will be thicker, you can see the big camera bump: There is no end to people's enthusiasm for Apple's next iPhone lineup, the iPhone 13 series. As always, the upcoming iPhone series has reached the pinnacle of popularity. The iPhone 13 is always in the headlines. The tipsters regularly leaked the specification of the upcoming series on social media. Today again some exciting information about iPhone 13 has come out.
According to MacRumors, the upcoming iPhone 13 series will be slightly thicker than the current lineup of the iPhone 12 series. The report claims that the upcoming series of iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro handsets will be 7.56 mm thick, while the iPhone 12 model was 7.4 mm thick. Not only that, the most notable thing is that the upcoming handset will have bigger and thicker camera bumps. However, in this case, the camera lens will be less outward.
The report further states that the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro will have 2.51mm and 3.75mm thick camera bumps, respectively, which is in the 1.5mm-1.6mm camera bump range of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. Much more than that. The company can increase the camera bump in later models of the iPhone mainly to save the lens. However, the iPhone 13 Pro model is expected to have the most camera bumps.
As the size of the camera bump increases, the position of the side buttons, mute buttons and volume buttons on the phone will change slightly. According to reports, Apple may reposition these buttons slightly lower. And if that's really the case, then the iPhone 12 case won't fit the upcoming iPhone 13 model case.
In this context, an earlier report stated that the iPhone 13 Pro model will have a smaller notch than the iPhone 12 Pro model. The width of the iPhone 13 Pro will be 26.6 mm, which is slightly less than the width of the iPhone 12 Pro is 34.63 mm. Also, the height of the notch is expected to increase slightly from 5.3 mm to 5.35 mm. The earpiece may need to be moved into the bezel to make room for the notch.