Next year’s iPhone lineup is already making waves with some leaked display specs. Supply chain sources have revealed that the iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max will be getting a size bump, with 6.27-inch and 6.86-inch displays, both with 120Hz LTPO panels. However, there is some skepticism around the size of the iPhone 16 Pro Max display, so it’s best to take this information with a grain of salt.
On the other hand, the vanilla iPhone 16 and 16 Plus are expected to have the same 6.12-inch and 6.69-inch sizes with a 60Hz refresh rate. This information is supported by industry insider Ross Young, who has stated that Pro Motion will only be coming to the vanilla models in 2025.
Dynamic Island is expected to be featured on all 2024 iPhone 16 models, which is not surprising given Apple’s track record for innovation. However, some legacy iPhone buyers may start to notice that Apple’s base iPhones’ displays are beginning to look uncompetitive compared to Android’s flagship and midrange lineup.
While it may be early to draw any concrete conclusions, these leaked display specs are already generating a lot of discussion and anticipation among Apple enthusiasts. It will be interesting to see how the final products compare to these leaked details, and whether Apple’s display offerings will continue to set the standard for the industry. Keep an eye out for more updates as we get closer to the release of the iPhone 16 lineup in 2024.