Leaked Design Unveils iPhone 16 Pro’s Look, Hints At New Colour And Bigger Display

As we embark on a new year, MacRumors has provided a sneak peek into the anticipated design of the upcoming iPhone 16 Pro. Leaked internal designs and prototype details from Apple hint at a striking resemblance to its predecessor, the iPhone 15 Pro. While maintaining the curved edges and titanium frame, the iPhone 16 Pro is expected to introduce a few noteworthy changes, including larger display sizes and a rumoured ‘Capture’ button.

The iPhone 16 Pro seems to uphold the sleek design introduced with the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, retaining the curved edges and titanium frame. This continuity in design suggests Apple’s commitment to the aesthetic success of its predecessor.

Larger Displays and the Capture Button

Anticipated changes include a slight increase in display sizes for both the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max. The speculated 6.3-inch and 6.9-inch displays, respectively, may accommodate a new capacitive button rumoured to be a dedicated ‘Capture’ button. This addition could enhance the user experience, especially for photography and video enthusiasts.

Tetraprism Telephoto Camera Integration

A potential reason for the increase in size is the introduction of a 5x tetraprism telephoto camera, a feature previously exclusive to the larger iPhone 15 Pro Max. If implemented in both Pro models, it could mark a significant enhancement in the photography capabilities of the iPhone 16 Pro lineup.

Consistent Look with Iterative Changes

Despite hints of experimentation with button configurations, the overall appearance of the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max remains consistent with their predecessors. The introduction of an additional button speculated to be the returning Action button, adds a touch of familiarity and functionality.

While initial reports suggested a flush-mounted Action button with force sensor capabilities, current mock-ups indicate a consistent size with the existing design. The Capture button, positioned on the right side, may introduce a capacitive-style feature, possibly dedicated to video recording, as suggested by Mark Gurman in a recent Power On newsletter.

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