Following the recent launch of iPhone 15, details about Apple’s next flagship, the iPhone 16, have surfaced. Anticipated to be released in 2024, the iPhone 16 is set to bring new enhancements, including the incorporation of a 120Hz display in the standard model—a departure from the previous 60Hz screens—aligning with the trend of high refresh rate displays now common in most Android devices. Among the specifications disclosed, the iPhone 16 Pro Max is expected to boast a generous 6.9-inch screen, while the standard iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus are likely to maintain the screen dimensions of their predecessors, offering 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch screens, respectively. Apple’s consideration of solid-state buttons, a feature initially pondered for the iPhone 15 Pro lineup, is now set to debut with the iPhone 16 Pro models. This innovation resembles the haptic feedback system of the iPhone SE series’ home button.
Furthermore, reports hint at advancements in the camera system for the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max, featuring a ‘Tetra-Prism’ telephoto camera akin to the iPhone 15 Pro Max. This technology promises a 3x to 5x optical zoom boost, resulting in more detailed photography. Tech analyst Jeff Pu from Haitong International Securities also suggests the inclusion of a 48-megapixel ultrawide camera, enhancing performance in low-light conditions. The iPhone 16 Pro models are expected to be powered by the A18 Pro chip, while the standard models will likely utilize the A17 chip.