Published on November 17th, 2023
iPhone 16: 5 Key Takeaways On Potential Hole-Punch Cutout Design
- Redesigned Screen
- Display Size Increase
- Hole-Punch Delay
- iPhone 16 Ultra
- Debut Timing
Rumors are already swirling about the iPhone 16, despite the recent launch of the iPhone 15.
The buzz is focused on a potential screen redesign, with whispers suggesting that Apple is considering replacing the dynamic island at the top of the device with a trendy hole-punch design.
According to insider, this change might not be the only one in store for the next-gen iPhone.
Apple is testing a iPhone 16 Pro hole punch version, but it may not be finalized. Details will depend on March next year. I guess most likely we won’t see such a version until the iPhone 17 pic.twitter.com/exeo8gWoT0
— Majin Bu (@MajinBuOfficial) November 10, 2023
While the entire iPhone 16 lineup is expected to retain the dynamic island, the real game-changer could be the display size, rumored to be larger across all models.
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However, don’t get too excited about the hole-punch just yet — it might take until the iPhone 17, at least two years away, before we see this design innovation.
Adding to the intrigue, there’s speculation about the introduction of an iPhone 16 Ultra, potentially positioned as a top-tier replacement for the iPhone Pro Max.
But here’s the twist: it might not replace the Max at all, instead serving as a new, higher-end addition to the product lineup.
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As the rumor mill churns, one thing is clear: more speculation is bound to surface before the iPhone 16 officially debuts, likely not until September 2024.
The anticipation is building, and only time will tell which of these exciting possibilities will become a reality.
Feature Image Source: Miguel Tomás