The possible design of the iPhone 13 mini, scheduled for release this year, has been revealed. Images based on CAD drawings show that the smartphone will come with a “cross-camera” array.
The iPhone 13 mini, which Apple plans to release this year, will come with a redesigned camera unit. SvetApple designers shared realistic rendering images of the smartphone.
Since the published images are based on previously revealed CAD drawings, it is extremely likely to become a reality. So we’re not looking at a concept design based on the imagination that has no basis.
The main change is with the camera unit. Camera lenses will not be aligned as they are on the iPhone 12 mini. Instead, it will be positioned diagonally. Thus, the device can be distinguished from the previous model.
Designers say they are expanding their camera lenses because they think Apple will offer sensor-shift optical image stabilization on the iPhone 13 mini. As you know, the iPhone 12 Pro Max uses a similar solution.
Also, the screen notch on the iPhone 13 is expected to be about 30% smaller than all previous iPhones. Therefore, in the iPhone 13 mini visuals, we see that the notch is slightly smaller. Apple will unveil its new smartphones in September.