First will be a smaller Notch. iPhone 13 receiver being repositioned at the top edge of the chassis along with integrating three camera modules into one. Apple was able to reduce the size of their true depth camera system allowing for a narrower Notch with more screen, realistic on either side. Next is a new signature color matte black, which will likely replace the gray color used iPhone models for years. 

MagSafe will also be updated to include stronger magnets, on the iPhone 12, which has been a recurring complaint among users, especially when using the MagSafe wallet, since it tends to slip out of place, even when simply gripping the device. All iPhone 13 models are also expected to feature larger batteries, which should result in a 7 to 15 percent increase in battery life across the board. In addition, one of the iPhone 13's biggest updates will be its camera system, the lower end 13 mini, and 13 models are expected to feature a new diagonal lens layout, likely to accommodate censorship stabilization expected to be included on all iPhone 13 models. This allows for better low-light performance, and stabilization by reducing camera shake. The ultra-wide camera lens will feature autofocus to capture sharper photos at any distance, and portrait mode and video could also be included. 

The telephoto lens will be exclusively available on the 13 pro and pro-Max models. The 13 Pro receiving the same updates to the lens as the 12 Pro max, including 2.5x optical zoom, 12x digital zoom, and a larger sensor. Finally, the 13 pro and 13 pro Max are expected to receive a ProMotion display that means the refresh rate will double from 60 to 120 Hz. Resulting in much smoother animations and scrolling, something many users have already enjoyed on the iPad Pro. Pricing on all four models are expected to be the same as the 12 with the iPhone 13 mini starting at $700 and the 13 pro Max coming in at $1,100.