According to reports, someone has shared purportedly accurate comparison images of the iPhone 16 series models online, allowing us to closely examine the design of the rumored upcoming devices. Multiple sources suggest that the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max are expected to receive larger display sizes this year, while the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus will remain the same size as the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.

The initial batch of images demonstrates the differences in size between the iPhone 16 Pro and last year's iPhone 15 Pro. It is said that the iPhone 16 Pro will feature a 6.3-inch display, while the iPhone 16 Pro Max will come with a 6.9-inch display. In comparison, the displays of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches, respectively.

It is reported that Apple plans to replace the silent switch with the "Action" button, previously unique to the iPhone 15 Pro models, on the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus. However, according to the images, the "Action" button will be larger than the buttons currently found on Pro devices.

Additionally, it is worth noting that there are rumors of a redesigned rear camera bump on the alleged body of the iPhone 16. This pill-shaped protrusion houses independent wide and ultra-wide lenses for the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus. The microphone is located next to the lenses, while the camera flash is positioned on the back of the device outside the bump.

It is expected that all four models of the iPhone 16 will feature a new button for capturing photos and videos. This so-called "Capture button" will be located on the same side as the power button on the iPhone, which is currently occupied by the mmWave antennas for 5G in the United States. According to reports, in the images, the "Capture" button appears to be almost flush with the body of the iPhone 16, but there are rumors that it will be mechanical rather than capacitive. The Information suggests that regardless, the button will respond to pressure and touch. It is said that Apple believes this new button will be a key selling point of the iPhone 16 series, with its introduction aimed at further positioning the iPhone as a viable alternative to dedicated cameras for shooting professional-level videos.

Apple is expected to release the iPhone 16 series in September.