iPhone 13 Pro, Pro Max Design and Color is out

A large part of the excitement surrounding a smartphone debut is found in the predictions made leading up to the device’s release. This is especially true in the case of smartphones such as the iPhone 13 or iPhone 12S. Even though Apple’s largest phone launch of the year isn’t slated for another couple of months, excitement among the company’s fan base is already building for the device. Several phone-related hypotheses have thus surfaced on the internet to satisfy this interest.

One such example comes in the shape of a new video that depicts the predictions made about the iPhone 13 Pro models up to this point in time. The video displaying the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max is one of the closest and most comprehensive views that we are likely to receive at the phones before they are officially announced on September 12th, 2018.

In a YouTube video posted by ConceptsiPhone, which was noticed by PhoneArena, the creator gathers every rumor that has been circulating about the phones thus far. This features a revamped camera module on the rear, new color choices, and an intriguing new spin on the touch ID system…

Starting with the front, the video displays a notch that is less than before while still supporting Face ID functionality. In terms of the display, the video demonstrates the previously expected 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate capability for the device’s display. Based on a patent that Apple submitted back in February of this year, it is probable that the refresh rate will be customizable in the future.

There is no fingerprint sensor integrated into the display. Instead, the Touch ID has been relocated to the side of the device and is now used as the power button. This has been seen in several smartphones to date, most notably the Sony Xperia series of handsets. The iPad Air (2020) is the first device in Apple’s current range to use Touch ID built into the power button.

The A15 Bionic processors that power the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are demonstrated in the video. The A15 processor, which is based on TSMC’s 5 nm technology, could give a small improvement over the A14 Bionic chips used in the iPhone 12 series.

Additionally, an intriguing demonstration of the many color options available on the new iPhone 13 Pro models has been included in the movie. Unusual among them is a deep red color that may be launched as part of Apple’s Product Red portfolio as a limited-edition gadget in the future. White, silver, blue, and gold are among the other available colors.

The video also states that the new iPhone 13 will have a beginning price of $999, while the iPhone Pro Max will have a starting price of $1,099.

The video did not go into depth about the features that we may expect to see on the iPhone 13 Pro versions.