iPhone 16 camera bump design changes again says rumor
Apple is rumored to change up the design of its entry-level iPhone 16 with the cameras on the back going from a diagonal array to a vertical one which we last saw on the iPhone 12 back in 2020. A new set of renders and design schematic have appeared online detailing a pill-shaped camera island housing two sensors on the back with the LED flash on the side. Renders from @MajinBuOfficial x @upintheozone show the iPhone 16 in blue while
A separate rendering from Apple Hub gives us a look at a few more color options alongside a comparison to the iPhone 16 Pro which is expected to offer the same basic design as the iPhone 15 Pro. Based on rumors, the whole reasoning behind the redesigned camera location on the iPhone 16 is so that the device can record spatial video which can then be played back on the Apple Vision Pro.
Based on the leaks so far, the iPhone 16 and 16 Plus will retain the same 60Hz refresh rate displays. The iPhone 16 and 16 Plus are also rumored to get the Action Button and Apple А18 chipset chipset alongside 8GB RAM and Wi-Fi 6E connectivity.
- 12 hours ago
almost like a nothing phone but without the LEDs
- 16 Feb 2024
idc what anyone says, I like this design.
- 12 Feb 2024
This camera bump design its looking like a Chinese phones