As noted by MacRumors, the iPhone 16 Pro, coming next year, could sport an extra button, according to Weibo leaker Instant Digital and see the mmWave antenna to the left of the device instead of the right to accommodate the change.
The iPhone 16 Pro Action Button will supposedly sit flush with the device, as Apple is expected to transition to solid-state technology for the button rather than the current standard button design.
Here are other rumors about the 2024 iPhone 16 line-up:
° The lens in the 2024 iPhone 16 will be revised and equipped with more advanced molding glass (MG) to make the mobile phone lighter and thinner, improve the optical zoom magnification, and greatly improve the user experience.
° All iPhone 16 models will move from the A16 processor to the A18.
° The iPhone 16 series may gain an additional capacitive button, known internally as the “Capture Button.” Codenamed “Project Nova,” the button is likely to be one of the main selling points of the iPhone 16 lineup, assuming it gets past the initial testing phase.
° The Capture Button will be located on the same side as the Power button, only positioned slightly lower. The mmWave cutout will be been moved to the opposite side, located under the volume buttons. It is currently unknown what the new capacitive button will be used for.
° The tetraprism lens with up to 5x optical zoom that’s currently exclusive to the iPhone 15 Pro Max will expand to both the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max.
° The iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus will feature 8GB of memory and an A17 Bionic chip fabricated with TSMC’s N3E process.
° iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max models should feature Wi-Fi 7 support and an upgraded 48-megapixel Ultra Wide camera lens.
° They will adopt a stacked rear camera sensor design across the lineup in 2024 after (mostly) similar adoption in this year’s standard iPhone 15 models.
° The iPhone Pro Max could be the first to feature a super telephoto periscope camera for dramatically increased optical zoom.
Article provided with permission from AppleWorld.Today