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The first iPhone 16 leaks… unprecedented screen sizes

Apple laid out its plans to develop iPhones in the long term, which included increasing the screen sizes of the iPhone 16, which is scheduled to be launched in the upcoming 2024 year, in the 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max models.

With the approaching summer, Apple will have largely completed its plans to manufacture the iPhone 15 for the current year 2023, and will wait for the stages of testing and large production before the phone is officially unveiled and launched in the fall, which gives space to think about the future of the company’s phones.

Apple iPhone 14 Pro

According to a report published by MacRumors, quoting the famous analyst, Ross Young, Apple’s basic plans for the iPhone 16, specifically for the Pro and Pro Max models, is to increase the screen size to unprecedented sizes.

He confirmed that the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max models will feature large screens of 6.3 inches for the first phone, and 6.9 inches for the second.

While the analyst interested in covering Apple news and familiar with its work with suppliers did not address whether the basic iPhone 16 and 16 Plus models will see an increase in their screen size or not.

The new display sizes will be the largest ever in iPhone phones, the largest size is currently as in the iPhone 14 that comes with a 6.1-inch screen and the iPhone 14 Pro Max that works with a 6.7-inch screen, and these sizes are not expected to change in the iPhone 15 that will come this year.

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Young has a great track record of information related to screens in future Apple products. In the past, he was the person who accurately revealed that ProMotion was coming to the iPhone 13 Pro, and that the MacBook Pro would be available in 14 and 16 inches, in addition to being the person who announced that the sixth generation of iPad Mini will be equipped with a larger screen measuring 8.3 inches, despite many reports that denied this information at the time, before returning and confirming it.