Apple‘s iPhone 12 hasn't even dropped yet, but rumors regarding the iPhone 13 have already started to circulate.

Yesterday, Twitter user "Fudge" leaked a possible layout for Apple's next-generation handset. Most notably, the outline reveals four lenses and an accompanying LiDAR sensor.

Unlike the iPad Pro, the LiDAR module isn't integrated into the hump area. Instead, it's located below the camera array. Take a look below.

The Twitter leaker does stress that, this far out from the release, the design should be taken with a "huge" grain of salt.

Nevertheless, Fudge also suggests that the iPhone 13 may feature a 64-megapixel shooter with a wide lens and 1x optical zoom (6x digital zoom) as well as a 40MP telephoto lens with 3x to 5x optical zoom (15-20x digital zoom), 40MP ultra-wide with 0.25x "optical reverse zoom," and a 40MP anamorphic lens with a 2.1:1 ratio, which would boost the device's filmmaking potential.

Read the breakdown below and stay tuned for more updates.

 

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