The quick answer to this is no.
The all-new A15 Bionic chipset now powers the iPhone 13 lineup, and it's time to take a closer look at how this powerful processor will impact your phone experience. The new chip has been designed with improved battery life in mind so you can spend more quality time enjoying not only photos but also videos or even live broadcasting without worrying about running out of juice! But there are other improvements we haven't talked about yet: like faster performance from apps, better FaceID recognition thanks to a stronger AI processing power as well increased ARKit compatibility allowing augmented reality gaming.
A lot is changing when upgrading from last year’s model but is the iPhone 13 Pro case going to change as well? Let’s make a quick comparison of the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro in terms of case coverage.
This year both phones are more likely to be covered with the same size of cases apparently, however, if you're planning on upgrading from an older model then for your new iPhone 13 Pro the case is surely going to change.
The iPhone 13 Pro is nearly identical to its predecessor, with the exception of a slightly narrower notch and larger camera bump. As for display size, both models match up at 0.30" in depth but offer different dimensions including thickness increasing by just over one millimeter while retaining battery capacity (2150mAh vs 2475). Despite some similarities between these two phones, it's worth noting that Apple did incorporate several improvements like a little change in dimensions and flush edges on this year’s model which give way more room around your fingers when handling them compared to previous generations so you can enjoy an improved grip without feeling any bulges or bumps anywhere near where they shouldn't be!
iPhone 12 Pro: 146.7mm x 71.5mm x 7.4mm
iPhone 13 Pro: 146.7mm x 71.5mm x 7.65mm
These minimal dimension changes and camera size call for buying a new iPhone 13 Pro case.