Display analyst Ross Young recently reported that the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max will see their screen sizes increase over previous generations, rising to approximately 6.3 inches and 6.9 inches, respectively.


An alleged CAD model of the larger iPhone 16‌ Pro Max (which could be called the ‌iPhone 16‌ Ultra) was recently shared with 9to5Mac by Sonny Dickson and used to create renderings showing the size of Apple’s largest iPhone model of the 2024 lineup.

According to the CAD model, it appears that the iPhone 16 Pro Max will grow larger in the vertical dimension than in the horizontal dimension, compared to the iPhone 15 Pro Max. The overall height of the ‌iPhone 16‌ Pro Max will increase by about 5mm to ~165.0mm while the width will increase by just about 0.5mm to ~77.2mm.

It’s still very early in the rumor cycle for the ‌iPhone 16‌ lineup as we’re over a year away from launch, so the accuracy of the leaked CAD model remains uncertain. We’ll no doubt hear more in the coming months, so we’ll see if future information aligns with this early claim.

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