The notch at the top of the screen might be reduced due to a change in the position of the top receiver.
We have already heard a lot about the upcoming iPhones in 2021, tipped as iPhone 13 series. However, a new report from MacOtakara website has talked about the design of the upcoming devices. According to the report, iPhone 13 lineup will retain the same design as the iPhone 12, including the bezels and flat edges. However, the only difference will be in the thickness. The iPhone 13 could be 0.26mm thicker. This could be due to anything, like more battery capacity or the rear camera setup tweak.
The notch at the top of the screen might be reduced due to a change in the position of the top receiver. It has been added that the camera bump might also have the same thickness (bump) as the one in iPhone 12 series, with a minor change in the appearance.
Apple is expected to put a sapphire glass on top of the lenses. It is supposed to make them appear like a single camera unit unlike the more exposed design that we have right now in iPhone 12 and 12 Pro models.
Analyst Ming Chi Kuo has also made some predictions about the cameras in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 models that may arrive in 2022. As per the analyst, there might not be a lot of improvements to look forward to in the main camera of the 2021 and 2022 iPhones (tipped as iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 series). While in iPhone 13, Apple may improve the ultra-wide sensors, the iPhone 14 can have a batter telephoto camera.
Previous leaks have also pointed out that iPhone 13 Pro models will get 120Hz refresh rate screen but not the regular iPhone 13 models.