Mar 24, 2021 News
Greek repair supplier iRepair today provided a photo of the front glass panel of the iPhone 13 to foreign media MacRumors, showing the machine's size is the same as iPhone 12, 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.7 inches.
Besides, the bangs on each iPhone are significantly smaller (narrower). This is because the new iPhone's speakerphone has been moved to the top position of the frame. This is a design trade-off. But IT House must remind that various designs may change before the iPhone is mass-produced.
In fact, since Apple launched the iPhone X in 2017, the Face ID component has not been changed. Tianfeng International analyst Guo Mingchi predicted that the new iPhone's bangs will be narrowed but did not mention the change in the earpiece. He also predicts that the iPhone may adopt a perforated screen design in 2022, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21 and other recent Android smartphones. In 2023, Apple may launch a true full-screen design using under-screen fingerprint recognition technology.