The designer Antonio de Rosa has come up with a futuristic concept that shows the future iPhone 13, or at least a futuristic idea of the same. The device appears very far from what we will probably see in the fall, but “dreaming” never hurts.
We start from the front, completely occupied by what is defined as “Liquid Retina Waterfall Screen”. The panel, with 120Hz refresh rate, occupies the entire surface, curving “cascade” on all four sides. So goodbye to the hardware keys, replaced by touch keys, and above all to the iconic notch.
The dual front camera and Face ID 2.0 are hypothesized below the display, a technology that unfortunately is still far from perfect. In addition, under the display we will also find a convenient Touch ID sensor.
The rear, on the other hand, is not distorted compared to the current generation, but there are some differences. First of all we find four sensors, all of the same size, positioned inside the bump, square in shape. Among these, moreover, is positioned a double LiDAR system. The finish of the backcover is very original, but far from that currently used by Apple. The hypothesized colors are five: white, fuchsia / purple, black / green, yellow and red.
In addition to having no physical buttons, the device is also without doors. Charging takes place via a powerful and fast wireless charging system, while moving the device is the M1 chip, which recently made its debut on the iPad Pro line.
Surely this is a really interesting concept, which maybe we could see partially realized with the future iPhone 14. You can take a look at the complete concept of the iPhone 13 in the video below.