The Apple iPhone 16 Pro Max could be the largest iPhone in history


Recently, tipster @ZONEofTECH leaked the latest model of the iPhone 16 Pro Max and conducted a comprehensive comparison with the iPhone 15 Pro Max. The leaked images show some changes in the new generation product. That said, what should you know about it?

First of all, it can be seen that the iPhone 16 Pro Max continues the design of the previous generation product in appearance. The front uses a smart island screen, while the back is equipped with a matrix triple camera. The triangular module that has been widely circulated on the Internet has not actually appeared.

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As can be seen from the comparison, the new body size has increased slightly. It should be noted that according to multiple supply chain sources, the iPhone 16 Pro Max will be upgraded to a 6.9-inch screen, making it the largest iPhone ever. (The iPhone 15 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch display.)

However, because Apple has upgraded its screen technology, making the bezels further narrow, the body size has only changed slightly, with the length increasing by about 3mm and the width increasing by less than 1mm. The most significant change of the iPhone 16 Pro Max is the addition of a camera button on the right middle frame, which users can use to take photos and videos, and can also achieve zoom and other functions through touch (swipe left and right).

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In addition, the millimetre wave module originally located in the version in the United States and other regions will be moved to the left side below the volume button. The battery capacity of the iPhone 16 Pro Max could reach 4,676mAh. That’s an increase of 5% over the previous generation. Apple could once again improve the overall battery life of the device. Currently, the iPhone 15 Pro Max advertises a battery life of 29 hours, so the iPhone 16 Pro Max is expected to exceed 30 hours of battery life for the first time.


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