Apple's new iPhone 13 has been exclusively revealed on YouTube – and it has two major new design features.
For starters, the highly-anticipated Pro Max smartphones' camera lenses are 20% larger – the biggest increase in iPhone history.
The giant leap is designed to allow more light in to boost image quality.
It will also come with a 30% smaller notch – the bit at the top of the screen where the speaker and forward-facing camera lie – than previous models by moving the speaker and Face ID modules to the top bezel.
Despite not being for sale for months, popular YouTuber Lewis Hilsenteger – also known as Unbox Therapy – unveiled a dummy model exclusively after somehow managing to got his hands on one.
The video, which went live yesterday, has already attracted more than a million views.
After removing it from its "velvety" bag, Hilsenteger said the graphite-colour 13 was "slighter darker" than its predecessor.
Rumours of the latest version being portless, however, appear to be unfounded, though this might feature on other models.
The iPhone's other cameras are also expecting to be hugely upgraded, with features such as improved telephoto lenses, and light detection and ranging (Lidar).
They new ultra-wide cameras are understood to be the best of any iPhone.
And while dummy models can be changed before release, many of the rumours about its design seem to be accurate.
The Pro Max dummy has a 6.7in display and certainly looks the part.
As with all new ranges, Apple is upgrading the 13's chipset to an A15 Bionic. It is expected to bring performance and battery improvements.
iPhones could see a major upgrade in terms of wireless connectivity, thanks to its new Snapdragon X60 5G modem.
The iPhone 13 is expected to hit shelves in the UK in September.
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