Check out the Apple iPhone 16 Pro Max in newly leaked CAD renders

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  • The Apple iPhone 16 Pro Max is seen posing next to the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro Max in this CAD render
  • Both phones are expected to launch by September next year
  • Rumours suggest Apple may ditch the Pro Max branding for the top-end model, sticking with the new ‘Ultra’ moniker instead

Although we’re roughly 16 months away from the Apple iPhone 16’s release, the rumour mill has started buzzing with info already. It has already been reported by multiple reputed sources, such as analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and DSCC’s Ross Young, about a potential display size increase on the 2024 iPhones, which is likely to include a new high-end Ultra model.

New CAD renders obtained by 9to5Mac show the rumoured larger screens for both the iPhone 16 Pro and the iPhone 16 Pro Max, which could be known as the iPhone 16 Ultra. This model will reportedly sport a 6.9-inch display, with the body being 77.2mm wide and 165mm tall. By contrast, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is expected to pack the same 6.7-inch display as the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Also Read: Apple iPhone 16 and 16 Plus models won’t get a larger display: Report

Apple will seemingly maintain a similar width on the iPhone 16 Pro Max/Ultra as the yet unannounced iPhone 15 Pro Max, with the height increasing substantially. So we suspect the largest iPhone next year would be slightly harder to operate with one hand than its predecessor.

Apple iPhone 16 Pro could also get a screen size upgrade

Rumours have also talked about the iPhone 16 Pro carrying a 6.3-inch screen, a significant upgrade from the iPhone 15 Pro’s rumoured 6.1-inch display. Unfortunately, these newly surfaced CAD renders don’t show the smaller of the two Pro models launching next year.

A screen upgrade for the iPhone 16 Pro would finally allow Apple to cram a periscope camera inside, which is reportedly not possible with the 6.1-inch screen expected to be onboard the iPhone 15 Pro.

While rumours about these substantial series upgrades may be good news for Apple fans, it may not fare so well for the manufacturer, as a majority of prospective buyers may choose to wait until 2024 to upgrade their iPhones.

But as with any early rumour, it’s impossible to tell if any of this will pan out, even if the concept of larger displays for the 2024 Phones makes sense. We’ll keep you posted on any new developments on this front.

Source: 9to5Mac

Via: GSMArena

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