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Images show how much bigger the iPhone 16 Pro Max will be

According to the latest rumors, Apple will increase the screen size of the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max to 6.3 inches and 6.9 inches, respectively. We’ve already seen a few dummy units of the new iPhones, but now we can get a better idea of ​​the size of the iPhone 16 Pro Max based on these photos of a dummy unit side-by-side with an iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Size comparison between iPhone 15 Pro Max and 16 Pro Max

For those unfamiliar, dummy units usually have the actual dimensions of the product so that accessory makers can create products compatible with the device before launch. Photos shared by Majin Bu on X compare a real iPhone 15 Pro Max next to a dummy unit of the new 16 Pro Max.

The iPhone 15 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch screen, which means the next generation will have a screen just 0.2 inches larger. But how will this be reflected in real life?

Based on the photos, the iPhone 16 Pro Max actually won’t be much bigger than the current Pro Max model. By placing the two models side by side, we can actually see the difference between the two phones – but it is not very significant. It’s hard to imagine that these 0.2 inches will give users much more screen real estate to display more interface elements.

Of course, fans of larger phones will definitely be happy to have a slightly larger screen, while those who think the current size is already big enough might not be happy with a further increase in size.

Latest rumors about the iPhone 16

In addition to larger screens, the iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max will reportedly feature other hardware upgrades. This includes bigger batteries, faster Wi-Fi and 5G, a new A18 Pro chip based on the M4, a Capture button, a new 48 MP ultra-wide camera and a 5x telephoto lens on the smallest iPhone 16Pro.

The new phones are expected to be announced by Apple in September.

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News Source : 9to5mac.com
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