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Waiting for iPhone 13 launch? Here is a sneak peek, according to this report

Apple iPhone 13 series smartphones will be powered by the A15 Bionic chipset and they are expected to launch in September this year.

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iPhone 13 CAD renders (Jon Prosser/FrontPage Tech)

Apple iPhone 13 is one of the most awaited smartphone launches of the year. The phone is expected to launch in the fall this year sans any delay. Reports have already detailed that both Samsung and LG have begun the production process for making displays for the upcoming iPhone 13 series smartphones. This indicates that the iPhone 12 successor is expected to arrive on time this year. Now, a new report gives us a glimpse of how the iPhone 13 would look like when it launches in September this year.

Noted tipster Jon Prosser has shared the first official CAD renders of the iPhone 13 and its Pro model. These CAD renders confirm a number of past reports about the phone’s features, which includes a redesigned rear camera setup and a smaller display notch in the front.

Prosser has also shared CAD files of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. If you want to take a closer look at the upcoming iPhone 13 series smartphones, you can download the CAD files from the description of the tipster’s YouTube video.

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Separately, reports in the past have detailed that the iPhone 13 mini is expected to come with a 2,406mAh battery, while the iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 Pro are expected to feature 3,095mAh and 2,815mAh battery capacities respectively. The iPhone 13 Pro Max, on the other hand, is expected to come with a 4,352mAh battery capacity. It is worth mentioning that Apple doesn’t share details about the battery capacities of its smartphones.

Reports have also detailed that the iPhone 13 series will be powered by Apple’s A15 Bionic chipset and that the Pro models are expected to come with 120Hz AMOLED displays.

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