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All Four iPhone 16 Models Shown Again In a Photo: What Apple Will Surprise

iPhone 16 models dummies

Leaks related to the new iPhone 16 smartphones continue to appear on the Internet. For example, the insider DuanRui published several screenshots in X, which show "dummies" of all four models. Such "bums" are used by case manufacturers to develop accessories for the official release of smartphones.

iPhone 16 models dummies

The design shown in the images confirmed early rumors about the smartphones. Information has appeared more than once that the screen sizes of the iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max will increase - from 6.1 to 6.3 and from 6.7 to 6.9 inches, respectively. According to a new leak, this is indeed the case.

iPhone 16 models dummies

Of the notable changes to the iPhone 15 series, the base models 16 and 16+ will get a vertical camera unit with two round modules, repeating the design of the iPhone 11. Pro models will offer the usual three lenses. The "Action" button will appear in all models.

When will the iPhone 16 be released

iPhone 16 should be presented in September. Until this moment, many more leaks will appear on the network, but the main details are already known. Pro-models will not only grow in size but also get "pumped" cameras and batteries. And in the new generation, a new button will appear - and all models at once. Capture Button will be intended exclusively for taking photos and videos.

iPhone 17 Leaks

Additionally, something is already known about the iPhone 17 smartphones. In the 2025 lineup, Apple will "pump" a selfie camera for the first time in a long time, and standard models will finally get 120-hertz OLED screens.

In the near future, Apple plans to announce new tablets in May, and both products are quite expected: iPad Pro will get OLED screens instead of LCD for the first time, and the Air family will come out in two sizes for the first time and will get a new 12.9-inch diagonal.



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