Apple’s upcoming iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max models, which are expected to come out in September 2024, have been revealed through early prototypes thanks to MacRumors. Despite the overall design being familiar (unsurprisingly), a number of changes are expected to be implemented.
Both models are reported to have a larger screen as the most immediately apparent change. It is predicted that the Pro has a display that measures 6.27 inches, while the Pro Max may have a larger display of 6.85 inches. The device will have larger dimensions as a result of the increase in screen real estate.
The iPhone 16 Pro is said to measure 149.6 x 71.45 x 8.25mm and will weigh 194 grams, while the 16 Pro Max will have 163 x 77.58 x 8.25mm dimensions with 225 grams of weight.
It is reported that a Capture button will be added to the smartphones. According to reports, it will have a force sensor and be flush with the phone’s frame on the right below the power button. The new button is predicted to only be available on Pro model iPhones and will act as a shortcut for the camera application.
It’s possible that the camera department will receive an upgrade too. Both Pro models have the possibility of having 48MP ultrawide lenses, which would be a significant upgrade from the current 12MP sensors. In addition, the Pro Mini can join the Pro Max in offering the impressive 5x tetraprism zoom lens, allowing for closer views of distant subjects.
Apple’s next-generation A18 Bionic chip is expected to power the 16 Pro series, although internal specifications are still under wraps.
Remember that these are just leaks and rumors, and the final design and features of the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max may differ. These early leaks provide a glimpse of what Apple may have in store for its forthcoming flagship models.