Several leaks and rumors have been circulating about the upcoming iPhone 16 lineup. We’ve recently seen CAD renders and smartphone cases online showing what the next iPhone might look like.

The iPhone 16 series has also appeared online as dummy units, typically used by case manufacturers to ensure compatibility. Sonny Dickson posted the images on X/Twitter, revealing the designs of all four iPhone 16 models. Compared with the previous iPhone 15 lineup, there are noticeable design changes.

The iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus will undergo significant changes. As can be seen from the images, Apple is switching the camera alignment of these models to a vertical one from a diagonal one. Changes are intended to enable spatial video recording for Vision Pro.

Moreover, the Action button, previously exclusive to Pro iPhone models, appears on all iPhone 16s. On the right side of the device, we can also see a new Capture button.

According to rumors, the button will feature a capacitive surface for gesture-based zooming.

Also, the dummy units show that the iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Max are slightly larger than the base iPhone 16 and 16 Plus. There’s speculation that the Pro and Pro Max models may see a slight increase in display size, reaching 6.3 inches and 6.9 inches, respectively.

iPhone 16 series smartphones are expected to be released sometime in September. Keep in mind that these details are not yet confirmed and may change before the official announcement.