The upcoming Apple iPhone 13 models may have appeared in the database of the Eurasian Economic Commission, as per a report by Consomac. The new models, as per the report, have been given these identifiers: A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643, and A2645. These seven models could be the different storage variants of the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max and also include the iPhone 13 mini though the nomenclature has not been confirmed yet.
As per the requirements of the Eurasian Economic Commission, all the hardware using encryption has to be registered in its database. The report claims that iPhone 12 models were listed last year at the same date as that of the new models that have been added, which could mean that these are the upcoming iPhones. Apart from this, the report does not bring forth any other details.
One feature that the next iPhone is rumoured to come with is a 120Hz ProMotion display which could be an Always-On Display. As per the rumours, the Always-On Display will only show time, battery percentage, and incoming notifications. How Apple plans to cut down on the battery consumption with an always-on display remains to be seen, if the feature is going to be introduced at all.
The device is said to preserve the design philosophy of the recent iPhones and not come with a lot of heavy design changes. Also, the iPhone 13 could come with a smaller, taller notch, with the earpiece getting shifted into the bezel area. As for the colour, rumour mills have predicted two new colour variants for the iPhone 13. One could be Rose Pink and the other could be a black colour which is darker than the Space Grey of the Apple iPads.