Table of Contents
- iPhone 16Ultra
- Increase in screen size
- Face ID under the Display
- A18 and A17 chips
- Solid State Buttons
- Wi-Fi 7
- USB-C and Portless Design Rumor
- Apple's own 5G modem
- Foldable Model
- Stacked Battery and Faster Charging
- iPhone 16 Release Date
A Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), continues to surprise and delight technology fans around the world. Shortly after the launch of the iPhone 15, rumors about the company's next launch are already gaining momentum. O iPhone 16, scheduled to hit the market in 2024, promises to be a big leap forward compared to its predecessor. See the main rumors about the device.
It is speculated that the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), are planning an innovative approach to iPhone 16, including the possible launch of a “Incredibly “. Second Mark Gurman, known for its reliable industry sources, the iPhone 16Ultra could establish new standards of excellence.
This would result in a line composed of iPhone 16, iPhone 16 Plus, iPhone 16 Pro e iPhone 16 Pro MaxWith the iPhone 16Ultra positioned as the most advanced option. The reorganization of the line could involve the discontinuation of one of the iPhone basics, transforming it into a quartet of options.
The company can be inspired by models “Incredibly ” existing, such as the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, to enlarge the screen, add more cameras and innovate in other aspects. It is worth remembering that the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), Have you ever done something similar with apple watch ultra, which took the basic design of Watch Apple 8, expanded it and added internal and external resources.
Maintaining tradition, the model is expected to maintain the iconic appearance of a iPhone, with all the characteristic elements that make it instantly recognizable. This includes the presence of Dynamic Island — that pill-shaped cutout on the screen, where the front camera and sensor for Face ID are located — which is already present across the entire line iPhone 15.
Increase in screen size
the long awaited iPhone 16 promises to bring significant changes when it comes to screen size and display technology.
The version Pro Max should maintain the 6,7-inch screen, while the speculated version Incredibly can surprise you with a screen 6,9 inches.
This size expansion is attributed to the need to accommodate more advanced camera hardware while also offering a little more screen real estate to users.
The models PRO are set to bring a small change in aspect ratio, with an aspect ratio of 19,6:9, compared to the current aspect ratio of 19,5:9. While this change is subtle, it will make for an improved viewing experience.
Dynamic Island Reduction
One of the most notable changes is the possible reduction of screen cropping with the development of Face ID under the display. This would eliminate the need for a notch and could make way for a Dynamic Island with a single cutout for the selfie camera. This change could significantly transform the look of the iPhone, but it also raises questions about how the infrared projector and sensor work with an additional layer of screen.
The models iPhone 16 e iPhone 16 Max, on the other hand, will maintain screen sizes identical to their predecessors, iPhone 15 e iPhone 15 Max. The clippings of the Dynamic Islands will also remain the same, but the inclusion of a LTPO backplane can support the ProMotion, providing a more fluid experience.
MicroLED for Brightness and Energy Saving
A notable evolution in the model's screens 16 is the adoption of technology MicroLED. This innovation promises improved brightness and vibrant colors, all with lower energy consumption. The use of micro-lenses on the panel helps reduce internal reflection, making the screen even brighter without increasing power consumption.
A Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), is preparing significant changes to the photography experience with the next iPhone 16, especially in models PRO. While many specs remain consistent from year to year, the cameras are ripe for a notable upgrade.
Camera Arrangement Changes
There are intriguing rumors that the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), is testing a vertical camera arrangement for the base models of the iPhone 16. This aesthetic choice seeks to differentiate them from previous models, since the vertical arrangement was not used since the iPhone 12. This change in design can impact the aesthetics of the devices.
Periscopic lenses on Ultra and Pro
The iPhone 15 Pro Max debuted a tetrahedral periscopic lens, which allows for 5X optical zoom. However, this new feature cannot be included in the iPhone 15 Pro due to space restrictions on the device, which is smaller. But the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo points out that, for the next generation, the iPhone 16 Pro and Ultra should receive the same type of lens, providing a superior photographic experience. Furthermore, there is evidence that models 16 Pro will use image sensor technology CMOS piled up Sony, offering exceptional sensitivity to low light
Ultra Wide-Angle with 48 Megapixels and Pixel Binning
The models 16 Pro could feature a 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, promising improved images in low-light conditions. This lens would probably work on the same principle as pixel binning of the 48-megapixel main (wide-angle) camera, combining data from four pixels into one “super pixels” for better image quality.
Face ID under the Display
After years of speculation about a possible return of touch ID ao iPhone, evidence indicates that this expectation will not materialize in the 2024 models, according to Ming-Chi Kuo.
Therefore, biometric authentication Face ID remains the main unlocking method in iPhones. This system uses a sensor array located under the dot-shaped cutout and hole in the screens of the devices. iPhones. Rumors suggest that the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), is exploring the possibility of hiding these components under the screen without compromising the accuracy or security of the Face ID.
According to information from the Korean website The Elec, the technology of Face ID under display could be introduced as early as 2024 with models iPhone 16 Pro. However, the display analyst Ross young believes that this technology is still at least two years away. If we follow the schedule Young: Face ID under the display would not be available until the iPhone 17 Pro, leaving the models iPhone 16 Pro to Dynamic Islands.
Furthermore, Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), continues to innovate in terms of biometrics. O Apple Vision Pro, for example, employs a technology called Optical ID, which scans the user's iris. However, it is still unclear whether this biometric technology can be incorporated into iPhones or whether it is suitable for a portable device.
As we await these biometric innovations, the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), continues to shape the future of authentication and security on your mobile devices, maintaining the Face ID as an essential pillar and exploring new possibilities for biometric authentication.
A18 and A17 chips
As usual, the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), continues its tradition of introducing cutting-edge processors with each new iPhone.
For high-end models, iPhone 16 Pro e iPhone 16Ultra, Appland is planning to adopt the processor A18. This chip represents the second generation of 3nm processors from Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), and will bring modest improvements in performance, in addition to a Neural Engine (neural engineering, in free translation) improved. Although there are no precise details about its specifications, it is expected that the A18 continue to increase efficiency and processing power.
The models iPhone 16 default will receive the processor A17, a version that was also used in the models iPhone 15 Pro. However, the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), is ready for an update, as this version of A17 will feature more standard cores, promising stronger performance and a more responsive experience.
Solid State Buttons
Initially, Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), planned to introduce buttons solid state (solid state, in free translation) in the models iPhone 15 Pro, replacing the traditional physical volume, power and mute buttons. However, due to “unresolved technical issues”, this functionality was removed from the models.
Now, rumors point to a possible launch of this technology and, according to Mark Gurman, from Bloomberg, it is likely that the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), adopt technology in models iPhone 16 Pro. This opens up the possibility of seeing a unified button design, which had been speculated for the models iPhone 15 Pro.
The buttons solid state They work similarly to physical buttons, but there's no real physical movement when you touch them. Instead, a haptic vibration is used to simulate button presses, providing the sensation of pressing even without actual physical movement.
A Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), already uses solid state technology for the button touch ID No. iPhone SE and for the trackpad us models MacBook Pro e MacBook Air. On these devices, pressure gestures offer the sensation of pressing a button, while in reality it is a solid surface with haptic feedback.
Although there are expectations for the arrival of solid state buttons on models iPhone 16 Pro, there is disagreement about whether the technology will be ready for these devices. The analyst Jeff Puss believes there is a low probability that devices will receive this updated button option. Therefore, it is possible that this is a feature that has been dropped completely or is planned for a later release.
The analyst at Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC),, Ming-Chi Kuo, suggests that the models iPhone 16 Pro can adopt technology Wi-Fi 7, marking an important transition in mobile connectivity. O Wi-Fi 7 it is expected to provide speeds of at least 30 gigabits per second, with the possibility of reaching up to 40Gb/s.
O Wi-Fi 7 brings with it a series of technological advantages. It is capable of using 320MHz channels and supports 4K quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) technology, providing speeds up to 2,4 times faster than the Wi-Fi 6, maintaining the same number of antennas. With this, the Wi-Fi 7 promises faster data transfers, reduced latency and more reliable connectivity.
USB-C and Portless Design Rumor
The iPhones 16 will present the USB-C as standard for charging and wired connectivity. This change has already been implemented with the iPhone 15, Ea Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), does not intend to go back on this decision.
However, rumors persist about the possibility of at least one model of iPhone in 2024 adopt a doorless design. This would mean eliminating the connector USB-C, with charging being carried out using technology MagSafe and wireless data transfer via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Apple's own 5G modem
Since at least 2019, the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), has been working on developing its own modems and antenna systems, seeking to reduce its dependence on external suppliers, such as Qualcomm e Broadcom. The first 5G modems developed by Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), can make their debut in models iPhone 16 of 2024.
Although the first version of the modem included separate wireless components, the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), has ambitious plans to create a all-in-one chip that combines the cellular modem, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functions in a single component.
Rumors surrounding a possible iPhone collapsible from Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), continue to circulate, but uncertainty persists regarding their implementation. Although information from patents and leaks indicates that the company is exploring this idea, the existence of studies on a iPhone foldable does not guarantee its arrival on the market.
The possibility of launching a iPhone foldable is open, but the Apple Lossless Audio CODEC (ALAC), faces significant challenges in this field. Creased screens, fragile components and durability issues seen in competitor products indicate that the foldable device category is not yet mature.
This raises the question of whether the company is willing to assume the risks associated with a iPhonand foldable, at least until these risks are minimized. The current trend suggests that the excitement around foldable devices may wane before the technology reaches the point of viability.
Stacked Battery and Faster Charging
New information suggests that models iPhone 16 Pro can adopt technology stacked battery, an innovation that promises greater capacity and longer battery life. Although widely used in electric vehicles and medical devices, stacked batteries are becoming an emerging technology in the smartphone space.
In addition to the stacked battery technology, the models are rumored to iPhone 16 Pro will also receive loading improvements. These devices are expected to support faster 40W wired charging and MagSafe 20W. These improvements will contribute to faster and more efficient charging, meeting the needs of users looking for greater convenience.
Release date of from iPhone 16
The typical date for the launch event of iPhone and Apple Watch is usually the second Tuesday of September, followed generally by devices shipping a week or two after the announcement. However, on some occasions, supply chain issues have led to certain models or variants being shipped in October.
For now, we do not have concrete information about the prices of the line. iPhone 16. Therefore, the best assumption is that they follow the same values as the iPhone 15, at least until additional information is released.
This would mean that the Standard iPhone 16 would be sold for US$799 (R$3.899,44) and the model More for US$899 (R$4.387,48). Meanwhile, the iPhone 16 Pro could cost around US$1.099 (R$5.363,56), and the iPhone 16 Pro Max could be sold for around US$1.199 (R$5.851,60).
However, if there is a model Incredibly , it is possible that it will have an even higher price, perhaps surpassing the US$1.200 mark (R$5.856,48), in line with other smartphones considered “Incredibly ” available on the market.
It is still too early to confirm any details, but this first information allows us to preview Apple's commitment to maintaining leadership in the mobile segment. O iPhone 16 promises to raise standards again and improve user experience. We just have to wait for the next few months, when new details should emerge as we get closer to the long-awaited reveal in September 2024.
reviewed by Glaucon Vital in 21 / 9 / 23.