According to Jeff Pu, the iPhone 16 and 16 Plus are expected to get 8GB RAM, Wi-Fi 6E support, and an A18 processor. On the other hand, the iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max will feature a Qualcomm X75 modem to deliver upgraded 5G performance. The iPhone 16 models will be powered by an A18 processor, while the iPhone 16 Pro models will boast a highly capable A18 Pro chipset.
In a latest research note published by Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is planning to upgrade the front camera of iPhone 17 to 24MP from the current 12MP camera. This will be accompanied by a 6P lens which will deliver sharper pictures with more details. It is unclear whether 24MP front camera will be exclusive to Pro models as of now.
An X (aka Twitter) user shared an image that reveals the vertical camera layout of the iPhone 16 model. This post corroborates with multiple sources that suggest Apple's plans to switch to a new camera layout for the iPhone 16 models. If Apple switched to the vertical camera layout, we might see the Spatial Video recording on the iPhone 16 and 16 Plus.
The much anticipated Galaxy AI event finally unveiled the Galaxy S24 series of devices to the world. So, we had to pit the Galaxy S24 Ultra against Apple's latest and greatest, the iPhone 15 Pro Max. The Galaxy S24 Ultra ticked all the boxes and gave a tough competition to the iPhone 15 Pro Max, even beating it in the cameras and display department. However, the iPhone 15 Pro Max stayed slightly ahead in the performance game, thanks to the A17 Pro.