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Rumors surrounding Apple’s upcoming iPhone 16 series suggest that there will be some design changes this year. While several of these changes have already been leaked, a new report has surfaced, showcasing all the anticipated design alterations in a single image.

Sonny Dickson, a reliable tipster, has shared leaked metal dummies for the entire iPhone 16 lineup. These dummies are typically used by accessory makers as reference points for designing their products. The revealed lineup of dummy models provides intriguing insights, particularly regarding their sizes. Notably, the iPhone 16 and 16 Pro models exhibit very similar dimensions, with the iPhone 16 Plus positioned in between, while the iPhone 16 Pro Max claims the title of the largest variant.

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This revelation seems to support earlier reports suggesting that the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max will feature larger screen sizes of 6.27” and 6.85”, respectively, compared to their predecessors’ 6.1” and 6.7” screens. However, these size enhancements are expected to be offset by reduced bezels, effectively minimizing the overall increase in size.

Meanwhile, it’s anticipated that the iPhone 16 and 16 Plus will maintain their current display sizes of 6.1″ and 6.7″, respectively. Consequently, the iPhone 16 Pro dummy may slightly surpass the standard iPhone 16 in size.

Another notable change is the relocation of the Action Button from the Pro models to all iPhones, positioned on the left side, while a new Capture button for the camera will be placed on the right side. The Capture Button is rumored to feature a mechanical design with a capacitive surface, allowing users to utilize swiping gestures for zooming purposes. Interestingly, this button occupies the exact location of the mmWave antenna found on current-generation US models.

Furthermore, it’s speculated that the rumored Rose color options for the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max will indeed become a reality, utilizing the same color-infusing technology Apple employed for the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus.

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