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Rumored iPhone 16 Pro specifications includes increase display and zoom range



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New rumored specifications of the iPhone 16 Pro suggest that this Apple device will compete against the Samsung Galaxy S24 smartphone in terms of specifications.

South Korean user on Naver posted specifications of the unreleased iPhone 16 Pro and these are quite identical to what we’ve seen in the past.

Starting with the screen, the iPhone 16 Pro is rumored to bring increased size compared to its predecessor. It could go up 6.2 or 6.3 inches from 6.12 inches in the current generation.

This change will be supported by the hardware changes and internal structure. On the other hand, the screen will come with bezels similar to S24 or maybe smaller.

Released last month, the Samsung Galaxy S24 series comes in three variants – standard, plus, and ultra. Among these, the standard model equips a flat panel with the slimmest screen bezels for full viewing angles.

iPhone 16 Pro rumored specifications

iPhone 16 Pro rumored specifications (credit – Navar)

Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo said in a previous report that Apple won’t bring any major change to the iPhone 16 series, especially to its design.

With the iPhone 14 Pro, Apple launched the Dynamic Island display and discontinued the notch. As an upgrade, the iPhone 15 Pro lineup offered a titanium material exterior.

Kuo also mentioned that this 2024 iPhone will focus on the camera section and there’s a new camera button added to the right side of the device. Interestingly, it will have camera-specific features.

Coming back to the rumor, the iPhone 16 Pro may bring better zoom capability due to structural changes. An identical prediction has been made by Kuo which says the Pro model will provide 5X zoom thanks to the new periscope camera.

The rumored specifications conclude with the battery section which selects the iPhone 16 Pro to pack a similar battery capacity to the iPhone 15 Pro.

This was the rumored specs sheet regarding the iPhone 16 Pro and it appears that we may see more of these shortly.

Note: These aren’t official specifications and are published by a third-party source.