Apple iPhone 13 Pro Design Renders Leaked Ahead of Global Launch

iPhone 13 Pro

Some renders related to the iPhone 13 Pro have been revealed. If you look at these renders, a small notch has been given in the phone. Apart from this, users can get a triple rear camera setup in the device.

Apple’s upcoming device iPhone 13 Pro has been in discussion for quite some time. Many reports related to this smartphone have been leaked. Now the renders of this device have come out, in which its design can be seen. However, the price of the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro has not been reported from the renders.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro

According to an online report, the renders of the iPhone 13 Pro have come out. If you look at these renders, the iPhone 13 Pro has a smaller notch than the iPhone 12 Pro. This phone will get a triple rear camera setup with an LED flashlight and LiDAR sensor. However, information about the camera sensor has not been found. Talking about the specification, the iPhone 13 Pro will have a 6.1-inch display and an Apple A14 Bionic chipset.

Expected price of iPhone 13 Pro

If leaks are to be believed, the price of the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro will be kept in the premium range. This smartphone can be launched in many color options. At the moment, no information has been provided by the company about the launch, price, or feature of the iPhone 13 Pro.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro

iPhone 12 Pro

Having said this, Apple launched the iPhone 12 Pro globally in October 2020. The starting price of this smartphone in India is Rs 1,19,900. The iPhone 12 Pro will get a 6.1-inch display, while the iPhone 12 Pro smartphone will come with 6.7-inch display support. Both smartphones will come in Squared Off Design, which will remind you of the iPhone 4. The new iPhone 12 Pro model will get the support of Ceramic Shield technology.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro

Triple camera setup will be available in the rear of the iPhone 12 Pro model. It has 12MP wide, 12 MP telephoto lens and 12 MP ultra wide angle lens. The wide camera has an ƒ / 1.6 aperture, which will generate 27 percent improved low-light photography, while supporting 52mm focal telephoto, which will provide 4x optical zoom.

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