There is no iPhone 15 yet, and the iPhone 16 has already leaked. The end of small flagships

Get ready for the biggest iPhone ever.

So far, the largest iPhones remain ex aequo models 12 Pro Max, 13 Pro Max and 14 Pro Max. Everything indicates that the 6.7-inch screen will be used for the fourth time in this year’s “fifteen”, but the housing itself – due to slimmed frames – is to be noticeably smaller.

New leaks, however, indicate that Apple is planning another increase for next year.

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iPhone 16 Ultra with a 6.9-inch screen

An increase in size in the next year’s model was already predicted by analyst Ross Young. Meanwhile, 9to5Mac arrived to industrial diagrams that are supposed to reveal the dimensions of the housing.

Here’s how the iPhone 16 Ultra is supposed to look alongside the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 16 Ultra: visualization based on leaks
iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 16 Ultra: visualization based on leaks© 9to5Mac

The increase in size is expected to go hand in hand with other improvements that would warrant a rebrand. iPhone Pro Max could become iPhone Ultra.

In the smaller iPhone 16 Pro, the display is expected to increase from 6.1 to 6.3 inches. Enlarging the housing is to be necessary to fit a periscope telephoto lens in it; in the case of the “fifteen” it is to be reserved only for the largest model.

If the leaks are confirmed, Apple will finally say goodbye to small flagships. After beating the iPhone mini series with 5.4-inch screens, the 6.1-inch variants remain the last mainstay of relative compactness. Looks like not for long.

Miron Nurski, managing editor of Komórkomania

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