iPhone 16 prototype renders leaked: Unified volume rocker button, iPhone X inspired camera arrangement

The iPhone 16 series, though still in the distant future, has garnered attention with recent insights from a detailed MacRumors article shedding light on key aspects of the standard iPhone 16’s design, internally referred to as “DeLorean.” Apple’s innovative strides are evident as the company explores changes to the back design and button layout.

In these early stages, three pre-production design renders have emerged, providing a glimpse into potential modifications. The initial design showcases an iPhone X-inspired camera arrangement, featuring a vertical pill housing dual lenses. Notably, the yellow prototype introduces a unified volume rocker button, a departure from the separate volume up and down buttons seen on iPhones since 2010. Additionally, all three renditions incorporate capacitive Action Buttons above the volume rocker, with the black variant boasting a visually larger button.

Further variations emerge in the pink and black renders, which revert to a more conventional camera design with each lens encased in a metal ring. The black model introduces a capacitive Capture Button below the power button, known as “Project Nova” within Apple, rumored to offer force touch feedback while serving as a camera shutter button. Intriguingly, the Action Button is anticipated to become a consistent feature across the entire iPhone 16 series, emphasizing Apple’s commitment to a cohesive user experience. As these design nuances unfold, the iPhone 16 series promises a harmonious blend of innovation and familiarity.



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