People, there is never a moment to unwind in this business. Soon after Apple shipped the iPhone 15 line to customers who had placed pre-orders, we started anticipating the iPhone 16 Ultra. Three smaller cameras will be included in the iPhone 16 Ultra, according to tipper Majin Bu. The tipster doesn’t know what the new cameras are for, but he thinks they might have something to do with the Vision Pro spatial computer, which is expected to be unveiled in the first quarter of 2024.
If you are able to connect your Apple iPhone 16 to a quick mmWave 5G network, the tipper claims that U.S. users will have a button that will enable mmWave mode. The news that the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus will have 120Hz ProMotion screens and thinner bezels for the 2024 non-Pro models will please those who typically purchase the non-Pro models.
Although the number of rear cameras on the iPhone 16 non-Pro phones is still unknown, the tipper predicts that it will probably stay at two.
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Majin Bu claims that the person who provided this information about the iPhone 16 line made numerous accurate predictions about the iPhone 15 series. “I trust the source,” the tipper writes. Although I have reservations, overall I believe it to be possible. According to a different rumor that was previously mentioned, the Apple iPhone 16 Pro series may have larger screens, with the iPhone 16 Pro’s measuring 6.3 inches and the iPhone 16 Ultra’s measuring 6.9 inches.
The A18 Pro chipset, manufactured by TSMC on its second-generation 3nm process node, will power the Apple iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Ultra. Given that Apple continues to give the non-Pro phones from the previous year’s premium models the chip from each year, the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus should both come with the 3nm A17 Pro chip.
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