Apple is working on the next generation iPhone, which has been confirmed to be the iPhone 13 series, which is slated to launch officially in September, in line with the Cupertino tech giant’s usual schedule.
Reports indicate that there will be four models in the lineup – the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. While we’ve already seen several leaks related to these phones, a new set of high-resolution images of the iPhone 13 Pro has surfaced online revealing the design of the phone.
Interestingly, the renders show that along with the black and white color options, Apple is going to introduce two new color options with a golden tint. Rumor has it that the new brass shade could be called Sunset Golden, and the other shade Rose Gold, but to know for sure, you have to wait a little longer.
As for the design of the camera module, it has hardly changed compared to its predecessor. However, the overall size of the module appears to have changed to accommodate the upgraded sensors for better photography.
Reports indicate that the high-end models in this series, i.e. the iPhone 13 Pro lineup, will ship exclusively with a LiDAR sensor. Previously, there were rumors that the company would include the sensor in its entire lineup, but decided to limit it to Pro models only, but the reasons for this remain unknown.