Photos of Apple's upcoming iPhone 16 'leaked' revealing major design changes

Leaked photos suggest Apple's iPhone 16 is reportedly heavy on buttons

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New iPhone 16 photos leaked. — Digital Trends
New iPhone 16 photos leaked. — Digital Trends

Recently leaked photos of Apple's new iPhone 16 show that the tech giant is bringing some major design changes to its latest product that is set to be released later this year.

Apple's iPhone users are eagerly waiting for the release of its iPhone 16 in September and, according to Mashable, the recently leaked photos of the upcoming product have revealed a major new design update.

The photos of the alleged dummy iPhone 16 units were posted on X, formerly Twitter, by Sonny Dickson who, according to his bio, reviews "consumer and automotive tech".

Based on these alleged photos, Apple has gone wild with buttons this year.

The company has introduced a programmable action button on the left side of every iPhone 16 model, replacing the usual power button and volume rockers — a feature previously reserved for iPhone 15 Pro models last year.

Apples iPhone 16 to be heavy on buttons. — X/@SonnyDickson
Apple's iPhone 16 to be heavy on buttons. — X/@SonnyDickson

Meanwhile, a new "Capture" button has been added to the right side, designed for more intuitive zooming and photo-taking on iPhones than currently possible.

Additionally, Mashable while citing 9to5Mac, reported that the iPhone 16 Pro models, will both be 0.2-inches larger than last year.

The iPhone 16 Pro will be 6.3 inches and the iPhone 16 Pro Max will be 6.9 inches.