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Matte iPhone Mockups – 2021 Updated

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Matte iPhone Mockups - 2021 Updated

Apple iPhone 13 Mini First Look
Apple iPhone 13 Mini First Look

When I first shared it on Behance a few years ago, it was just a side project. Since then, Apple has introduced many newer iPhones, so I decided to expand this undertaking to include all five of the canonical models:


iPhrone SE
Apple iPhone X, Xs, and XR Apple iPhone 11, and 11 Pro
iPhone X, XS, XS Max, and XS
Instances of the iPhone 13, 13 Plus, and 13 Pro

Designed in Figma, Exclusively for Figma Fans.
To accommodate components and variations, these mockups were created from scratch in Figma. Select the iPhone model you have, and then select a colour from the variations menu's approved colour settings.


The mockups are vectorized, so you may resize them to your heart's content without compromising the quality, so long as you remember to preserve the same aspect ratio.



Is it really that hard to have a phone come in a variety of colours Alternately, you may try your hand at making your own.
Would you want the phone to have a certain colour to match your logo or background? We've got you taken care of. Just seek for a layer labelled "Change this colour" and start experimenting with new hues.



It's simple to install your screen inside!
Locate the layer labelled "[Place screen here]," and then rename the layer to reflect your actual design screen. If the mockup's screen size doesn't match your actual design screen, you may adjust the size using the Scale tool (keyboard shortcut: K).



Delete the "Text" layer, which served simply to identify the compatible iPhone models. So, you should probably get rid of it before/after you put your drawings inside.



Curiosity piques: "Black Glass, anyone?"
You see, starting with the iPhone SE, Apple has made the decision to make the front glass of all subsequent iPhone models black. I see why they did that, but I still don't like it. If you want the front of your iPhone to match the back, all you have to do is press the toggle in the variations menu. Revive the good old days!



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