Analyst Jeff Pu from Haitong International Securities stated that the next generation of Apple products, the iPhone 16, will come with a standard 8GB "large" memory and will support Wi-Fi 6E. Pu mentioned that this year's iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus models will also be upgraded to 8GB of memory, enhancing multitasking performance. Specifically:

iPhone 15 series:

- iPhone 15: 6GB
- iPhone 15 Plus: 6GB
- iPhone 15 Pro: 8GB
- iPhone 15 Pro Max: 8GB

iPhone 16 series:

- iPhone 16: 8GB
- iPhone 16 Plus: 8GB
- iPhone 16 Pro: 8GB
- iPhone 16 Pro Max: 8GB

Additionally, the iPhone 16 series will all support Wi-Fi 6E (only the Pro models of the iPhone 15 series do), and will be able to use the 6GHz frequency band, achieving faster wireless speeds and reducing signal interference.

According to recent leaks, in the latest version of the engineering model for the iPhone 16 Pro, the operation buttons will be changed to capacitive keys, moving away from the physical button mode.

Furthermore, two Taptic Engine motors will be added to both sides of the device, bringing the total to three, allowing the "solid-state keys" to provide extremely realistic physical button feedback, making users feel as if they are pressing physical buttons.