It has been reported multiple times that the next-generation iPhone 16 series won’t feature any significant changes. With this year’s flagship smartphones, Apple will focus on incorporating AI.

In his latest report, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo outlines the major upgrades to the iPhone lineups for 2024 and 2025. It’s expected that the iPhone 16 Pro will gain the tetraprism zoom camera from the iPhone 15 Pro Max, along with an increase in screen size to 6.27 inches.

As well, both iPhone 16 Pro models will receive a 48MP 1/2.55-inch (0.7m) camera with pixel-binned 12MP 1.4m shots. In the ultrawide, the 6P lens design will remain.

The selfie camera will be the next big upgrade. All iPhone 17 models will have a new 24MP front-facing camera with a 6P lens – a significant improvement over the 12MP 5P unit on current models.

According to Kuo, Genius (Yujingguang) will supply all ultrawide and selfie modules, resulting in a major revenue increase for the company in 2024 and 2025.

Reduce the Dynamic Island size:

 The YouTube channel AppleTrack has now revealed the detailed changes coming to the iPhone 16 Pro models.

Apple may reduce the size of the dynamic island on the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max, according to the video. The screen-to-body ratio will be higher as a result. According to the video, the iPhone 16 Pro has a centre-aligned punch-hole cutout. Since the dynamic island was launched just two years ago, Apple has yet to decide whether to abandon it completely. The latest development also reiterates Apple’s plans to add a dedicated Capture button below the power button.

Last but not least, AppleTrack reports that the A18 Pro chipset will retain the ‘Pro’ moniker this year.