The whistleblower Sonny Dickson shared two dismantling pictures of the iPhone 13. The secrets behind the small notch and long battery life have surfaced.
From a structural point of view, the layout of the iPhone 13 has not changed much, but the main components are still adjusted to varying degrees.
Apple reconstructed the Face ID module, the dot-matrix projector was moved to the left, the micro-slit earpiece was independently placed on the top, and the volume of the infrared lens and the flood light sensing element was significantly smaller than before.
In addition, the Taptic Engine linear motor is smaller than the iPhone 12. According to speculation, it is to make room for a large battery.
The picture above shows the iPhone 12/12 Pro for comparison and reference.