First render images of the iPhone 16 Ultra based on early CAD files confirm the rumors that the display of the iPhone expected in 2024 will be larger.
The rumors about the iPhone 16 started unusually early – after all, the iPhone 15 hasn’t even been released yet. So it will be a lot longer than a year before the 2024 iPhone models come onto the market. Nevertheless, several months before the launch of the iPhone 15 (Pro), the first render images of the largest iPhone 16 model have already appeared, which according to the rumor mill will be called the iPhone 16 Ultra.
The platform 9to5Mac claims to have gotten his hands on early CAD files of the 2024 iPhone, from which designer Ian Zelbo created the images juxtaposing the 6.9-inch iPhone 16 Ultra versus the 6.7-inch iPhone 15 Pro Max. Of course, such early leaks should be treated with caution. While the iPhone 15 is slowly moving into the production phase, the iPhone 16 is still in a very early stage of development. Accordingly, both the design and the product name can change at any time.
At least the leaked CAD files match previous rumors that the iPhone 16 Ultra will have a larger 6.9-inch display. A comparison with the iPhone 15 Pro Max shows the clear difference in size. According to the CAD files, the Ultra model measures 165 x 77.2 mm, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max measures 159.8 x 76.7 mm. In favor of ergonomics, the smartphone is primarily higher but only slightly wider.
Apple is still sticking with the pill-shaped recess — the Dynamic Island — that encloses the front-facing camera and facial recognition hardware, according to the data. Apart from the size, the display shouldn’t change much.Continue to home page
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