First CAD images show the iPhone 16 Pro Max’s larger display

We are still a few months away from the launch of the iPhone 15 range in September, but 9to5Mac has already had access to preliminary information on next year’s iPhone 16 series, including CAD images.

The iPhone 15 Pro will be quite a significant update, so much so that we expect to see a new design with more rounded corners, a titanium frame, improvements to the camera and, of course, the presence of a USB-C port. However, next year Apple reportedly plans to increase the screen size of both the iPhone 16 Pro and the iPhone 16 Pro Max.

As can be seen from the CADs shared by Sonny Dickson, the larger model, which should be called iPhone 16 Pro o iPhone 16 Ultrawill have a screen of approx 6.9 inches and the whole body will grow significantly. The device will be taller, but fortunately only slightly wider, as the iPhone 14 Pro Max is already difficult to hold in one hand. These CADs show how Apple is planning to increase the screen size of the iPhone 16 Pro Max, trying to keep the overall form factor as similar to the current one as possible.

iPhone 15 Pro Max vs iPhone 16 Pro Max

For a quick comparison, the iPhone 15 Pro Max will have a width of 76.7mm and a height of 159.8mm, while the iPhone 16 Pro Max (Ultra) will have a width of 77.2mm and a height of 165. 0mm.

As for the smaller model, however, the screen size should go up to approx 6.3 inches, compared to the current 6.1 inches. This larger display will also allow Apple to pack a periscope lens for zoom into the smaller model as well. This sensor, sadly, will be missing from this year’s iPhone 15 Pro.


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