Apple’s next marvel, the iPhone 16, is already making waves just a few short minutes after its release. New reports suggest Apple will rename its top-tier model “Ultra” instead of the usual “Pro Max.”

Name changes aren’t just for show. According to Apple Product Blog Reporter Majin Bu, the iPhone 16 Ultra will introduce three new compact camera modules. In addition, these modules are said to be compatible with the Vision Pro headset, potentially bringing augmented reality experiences to a whole new level.

Do you have a problem with battery life? Don’t worry. The iPhone 16 will probably offer a 120 Hz refresh rate and a nifty feature to conserve battery life by switching into “millimeter wave mode”. It seems Apple is planning ahead to keep us unplugged longer.

The iPhone 16 Pro also features an alleged “View Button.” The View Button is a physical button, not a virtual one like the Glance Bar on the Surface Duo 2. Maybe this is a nod to physical buttons or a tweak to enhance user experience.

Earlier leaks suggest the iPhone 16 series will feature solid-state virtual buttons, bringing both aesthetics and functionality. In the Pro version, there will be a 6.3-inch screen and impressive camera upgrades including a 48MP main camera and a 5X polyprism Telephoto lens. A future iPhone with that feature would be exciting.