Apple Reportedly To Launch iPhones With Larger Screens In 2024
Apple iPhone 16 Pro models are reportedly to come up with the largest display ever (up to 6.9 inches) along with new cameras. The next models may launch in 2024.
The upcoming iPhone 16 Pro models from Apple are expected to feature the largest displays ever seen on an iPhone, along with new camera capabilities.
While the iPhone 15 series is still generating buzz, speculations about the iPhone 16 series are already surfacing.
It should be noted that the launch of the iPhone 16 Pro is more than a year away, so these details should be taken with caution.
According to a report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the iPhone 16 Pro is said to be a game changer, boasting even larger screen sizes.
Currently, the latest iPhone models feature a 6.1-inch display (iPhone 15) and a 6.7-inch display (iPhone 15 Pro Max).
Rumors suggest that the screen size trend will continue with the iPhone 16 Pro, with reports claiming screen sizes of 6.3 inches and 6.9 inches.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also hinted at the possibility of the iPhone 16 Pro series having a larger display.
Additionally, industry insider Ross Young has mentioned a 6.2-inch display for the upcoming iPhones. It is expected that the iPhone 16 Pro models will feature an OLED display.
Regarding the camera setup, sources suggest that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will incorporate Sony’s IMX903 1/1.14-inch camera sensor.
As for the iPhone 16 Pro, it is rumored to introduce a periscope camera, enabling a 6x optical zoom capability. Meanwhile, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is expected to support 3x optical zoom.
While the iPhone 15 series is anticipated to be released in September of this year, aligning with the typical release timeline, the iPhone 16 series is projected to make its debut in September of the following year, in 2024.
It’s important to note that these details are based on speculation and insider reports, and plans could change as Apple refines its product roadmap.
As always, Apple keeps a tight lid on its upcoming releases, so official confirmation will be needed to verify these reports as the launch of the iPhone 16 Pro approaches.