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iPhone 16 series leaks to reveal bigger screens, new design and more upgrades

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Remember when the iPhone 15 series hit the scene? Well, it feels like just yesterday, but the rumor mill is already buzzing about the next big thing: the iPhone 16. A leaked image of the entire iPhone 16 lineup recently surfaced, giving us a glimpse of what’s in store.

According to the leak, the iPhone 16 Pro Max is allegedly packing a whopping 6.9-inch display (up from 6.7 inches in the iPhone 15 Pro Max), while the iPhone 16 Pro is expected to sport a 6.3-inch screen (up from 6.1 inches). The iPhone 16 Plus will stick with the same 6.7-inch size as its predecessor, same case with the baseline iPhone 16 which will rock a 6.1-inch display.

Both non-Pro iPhone 16 models boast fresh back panel designs, featuring vertically stacked cameras rumored to enable Spatial Video recording. Plus, all four iPhone 16 phones are slimming down their bezels, with the Pros maintaining their silky-smooth 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate, while the vanilla and Plus models stick to 60Hz panels.

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iPhone 16 and 16 Plus are set to gain the Action Button, which made its debut on the iPhone 15 Pro models. And brace yourselves for the new Capture Button—a mechanical marvel with a capacitive surface, mimicking the soft shutter buttons found on cameras.

Battery-wise, reports say that the iPhone 16 packs a 3,561 mAh cell (6% larger than its predecessor), while the iPhone 16 Plus settles for a 4,006 mAh battery (9% less than the iPhone 15 Plus). Over on the Pro side, the iPhone 16 Pro boasts a 3,355 mAh battery (2.5% larger than its predecessor), while the Pro Max flaunts a whopping 4,676 mAh battery (5% more juice than the iPhone 15 Pro Max).

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The iPhone 16 family is expected to be introduced this September at Apple’s annual hardware launch event.

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