Apple iPhone 16 Rumors: Pro Models Set to Get Haptic Camera Button, Triple Cameras, and More

Apple’s Next “Tank” to Include 5 Major Changes, Leaked Information Reveals

With the official release of the iPhone 16 still months away, rumors about the device’s features and models are already circulating on social media. While some changes are expected in terms of design elements borrowed from past models like the iPhone X, one rumored new feature for both the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Pro is a haptic button for camera and video recording. This would turn the devices into professional tools, allowing users to easily control their camera settings with a simple touch.

In addition to this feature, it’s also rumored that the standard iPhone 16 models may inherit the Action Button from the iPhone 15 Pro, allowing users to assign various actions to it. Apple is expected to continue distinguishing its Pro models from standard iPhones through differences in finishes, processors, screen sizes, and cameras. There are even speculations that the Pro models may see an increase in screen size, which would significantly improve their overall appearance.

Another anticipated change is in terms of camera arrangements. The iPhone 16 will have vertical lenses that will enable spatial video recording for Apple Vision Pro. The standard models will have a main and wide-angle lens while the Pro models will feature a triple camera setup with a LiDAR sensor. The iPhone 16 Pro Max’s camera setup remains a mystery, with speculation about whether it will have a fourth lens or other improvements over the Pro model.

It’s also worth noting that battery capacities of all iPhone 16 models are anticipated to align with their respective sizes. While some changes are expected in terms of design elements borrowed from past models like the iPhone X, features like ProMotion may remain exclusive to the Pro models. Overall, it seems that Apple is taking great care to ensure that each model of the iPhone 16 brings significant improvements over its predecessor family.

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