Upcoming iPhone 13 models have been certified in Russia’s EEC certification and these models belong to the iPhone 13 lineup.
The model numbers A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643, and A2645 have been certified by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) today. Three other model numbers A2660, A2656, and A2653 have been previously seen at the 3C certification platform of China. These models may break cover as the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, and iPhone 13 Pro/Pro Max.
The A2660 model was found to be equipped with a 2,406mAh rated battery at China’s CCC, whereas the A2656 was seen with a 3,095mAh rated battery. The A2653 was spotted with a 4,352mAh rated battery.
In comparison, the iPhone 12 Mini features a 2,227mAh battery, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro are backed by a 2,815mAh battery and the iPhone 12 Pro Max has a larger 3,687mAh battery.
At present, there is no concrete information on the specs of the rumored iPhone 13 series models. It is unclear whether the lineup has four smartphones like the last year’s iPhone 12 series.
The iPhone 13 series may not be a major upgrade over the iPhone 12 lineup. However, a recent report by DigiTimes revealed that the next-generation iPhones will feature upgraded camera modules and 3D sensors for Face ID. Rumors surrounding the iPhone 13 series have claimed that the Pro variants will be equipped with an enhanced f/1.8 aperture ultrawide sensor with a six elements lens. The iPhone 13 lineup is also expected to offer a top-notch low-light photography experience and they are also rumored to support Portrait Mode videos.
For this year’s smartphones, we don’t expect Apple to drastically change the design of the phone. The changes in the design could be in the screen sizes and dimensions. The notch in the display could be smaller than iPhone 12 series phones.