iPhone 16 Pro Max Shakeup: Leaks Hint at Major Design Changes

iPhone 16 Pro Max Shakeup: Leaks Hint at Major Design Changes

New Delhi. Apple is anticipated to unveil the iPhone 16 Pro Max in the upcoming months, and recent leaks offer insights into its potential design. A notable tipster, identified as Majin Bu, recently shared images of a dummy unit of the purported iPhone 16 Pro Max alongside the current iPhone 15 Pro Max, shedding light on its expected appearance.

Larger screen than its predecessor

Comparing the dummy units, the leaked images suggest that the iPhone 16 Pro Max will sport a slightly larger screen than its predecessor. The device is speculated to feature a 6.9-inch display, indicating a modest increase of 0.2mm in screen size compared to the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

iPhone 16 Pro Max details

While the leaked images showcase the general dimensions of the iPhone 16 Pro Max, details about the bezels or potential enhancements in display resolution remain undisclosed. However, the dummy unit hints at a taller rear camera module compared to the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

One of the notable additions expected in the iPhone 16 Pro Max is the inclusion of a dedicated 'Capture' button, as evident in the leaked dummy unit. This hardware addition aligns with previous reports suggesting that all models in the iPhone 16 lineup may feature a capture button, potentially replacing the Action button found in iPhone 15 Pro models.

Similar hardware enhancements

Moreover, reports speculate that Apple might introduce similar hardware enhancements, including the Capture button, across other models in the iPhone 16 series. This includes the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus, hinting at a cohesive hardware strategy for the upcoming lineup.

The Eye Tracking feature

In parallel to these hardware leaks, Apple has also announced upcoming accessibility features for iPhone and iPad devices, set to be released later this year. These features, including Eye Tracking, Music Haptics, Vocal Shortcuts, among others, aim to enhance user experience, particularly for individuals with physical disabilities.

The Eye Tracking feature, in particular, stands out as it enables users to control their iPhone or iPad using their eyes, showcasing Apple's commitment to inclusivity and innovation in its product offerings.


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