The time has just begun, and we ’ve formerly got an idea of what the coming iPhone 16 Pro is going to look like. MacRumors created some new mock- ups grounded on blurted internal designs from Apple, including prototype bias. Surprise, surprise, they look a lot like the iPhone 15 Pro.
The iPhone 16 Pro looks to be sticking with the twisted edges and titanium frame that debuted with the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. still, it does look like the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max will have slightly larger display sizes, as well as a new capacitive button that has been bruited to be a “ Capture ” button.
Presently, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have6.1- inch and6.7- inch displays. still, it appears that the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max will increase in size to6.3 and6.9 elevation, independently. A possible reason for the size increase is due to the 5x tetraprism blowup camera that could be in both Pro models this time around — it was only in the larger iPhone 15 Pro Max last time.
It also seems that the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max have gone through a many different designs, at least in terms of button configuration, though the overall look has remained harmonious. Despite going through a many button layouts, it appears they largely act what we presently have with the iPhone 15 Pro series, but with an fresh button on the right side of the frame.
Grounded on the mock- ups, it looks like the Action button that was introduced on the iPhone 15 Pro lineup will be returning. Though it’s likely that Apple had experimented with different sizes and designs for the iPhone 16 Pro Action button, it’s largely likely to be the same size as the current one, according to the current design attestation that MacRumors is going off of.
There were former reports that the Action button could sit flush with the frame of the device and indeed have a force detector. But it appears that those plans have changed. still, the Capture button on the right side of the iPhone 16 Pro does appear to be flush, and it’s possible that it’ll be a capacitive- style button. Mark Gurman at Bloomberg seems to confirm that this will be used for taking videotape in a recent Power On newsletter.