The highly anticipated iPhone 16 model is yet to be officially announced, but leaked renders obtained by MacRumors provide a sneak peek at the device’s new design. It appears that Apple is taking a bold step with the back panel […]
The highly anticipated iPhone 16 model is yet to be officially announced, but leaked renders obtained by MacRumors provide a sneak peek at the device’s new design. It appears that Apple is taking a bold step with the back panel design and button arrangement in this iteration.
The first render showcases a camera system inspired by the design of the iPhone X, featuring a vertical module housing two lenses. In other renders, available in pink and black, we can also see the distinctive camera design with the lenses placed in a metallic ring. The black model even includes a capacitive Capture Button located below the power button. These renders suggest possible new design changes.
Alongside the revamped camera design, the yellow iPhone 16 prototype render also reveals a unified volume control button, replacing the separate buttons that have been in use since 2010. All three devices also include capacitive Action Buttons above the volume controls, while the black model features a visually larger button.
The upcoming iPhone 16 model, internally known as “Project Nova,” is expected to incorporate a “force touch” response on its new camera closure button. It is also believed that the Action Button will be present across the entire iPhone 16 series.
- What is the internal codename for the iPhone 16 model?
- How will the camera design change?
- Will the new model have separate volume control buttons?
- What is the “force touch” response on the new button?
- Will the new design be present across the entire iPhone 16 series?
The internal codename for the iPhone 16 model is “Project Nova.”
The camera design will change so that the lenses will be housed in a metallic ring, as depicted in the pink and black model renders.
No, the renders show that the new iPhone 16 model will feature a unified volume control button.
The “force touch” response refers to the pressure sensitivity on the camera closure button. This response enables additional functionalities.
Yes, it is expected that the new Action Button design will be present across the entire iPhone 16 series.
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