iPhone 16 camera design
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The iPhone 16 Camera Design is poised for a significant change, departing from the consistent design across several generations. Apple is anticipated to adopt a vertically stacked dual-camera sensor layout, reminiscent of Samsung phones.

Several reports have already hinted at this new camera design, and an image purportedly depicting the iPhone 16 chassis has surfaced. The image, shared by the tipster ‘Majin Bu’ on X, showcases the potential appearance of the vertically stacked camera design.

The authenticity of this information is not only supported by the X tipster but has also been corroborated by multiple sources available to MacRumors. These sources affirm that the revealed chassis belongs to the primary camera of the “I-34” camera project, specifically designed for the standard iPhone 16 model set to be released in September.

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Additionally, the shift to a vertical camera arrangement is speculated to open the door for Apple to introduce Spatial Video recording capabilities in both the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus. This functional upgrade is believed to be the driving force behind the design change, rather than a sudden affinity for Samsung’s design preferences.

Similar to the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, the iPhone 16 generation is expected to feature an Action Button, configurable for various tasks like a camera shutter button or an alert slider. Furthermore, there might be a dedicated Capture button on the device’s right side, equipped with force-sensor technology.

The Apple iPhone 16 series is slated for a September launch this year, encompassing the standard iPhone 16, 16 Plus, 16 Pro, and 16 Pro Max. These devices will debut the new iOS 18 update, anticipated to bring generative AI features comparable to those of the Samsung Galaxy S24 and Google Pixel 8.

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