In comparison to Samsung Galaxy S24, iPhone 16 Pro will have thinner bezels

Apple is going to overtake the Samsung Galaxy S24 lineup with the release of the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max. A representative picture.

The upcoming iPhone 16 Pro from Apple, which will be available in September, is rumored to have the thinnest screen bezels ever, according to two new leaks from Chinese tipsters. According to a source who gave precise measurements, the iPhone 16 Pro will include bezels that measure 1.2 mm, while the iPhone 16 Pro Max will exceed this with bezels that measure 1.15 mm. The same tipster claims that the bezels on the iPhone 15 Pro are 1.71mm thin.

Slimmest-Bezel iPhone 16 Pro Is Expected to Overtake Galaxy S24:

The Apple iPhone 14 Pro’s bezels are 2.15mm in size for comparison. When comparing the iPhone Pro versions side by side, you will notice the difference, despite the fact that it may seem small.

On the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo, tipster Setsuna Digital (whose name is translated from Chinese) stated that the future iPhone 16 Pro models will have the tiniest screen bezels in the world.

With the slimmest bezels ever, Apple’s iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max are set to surpass the Samsung Galaxy S24 range and every other device in history. While rumors indicate that the iPhone 16 Pro Max may include a new 48MP ultrawide lens in addition to a higher-density battery, the iPhone 16 Pro is expected to retain the 5x Tetraprism telephoto lens from the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Is there Vertical Camera for the iPhone 16 and 16 Plus?

The vertical camera layout of the iPhone 16 appears to be confirmed by an image uploaded by X user Majin Bu, confirming certain previous rumors. Through industry sources, tech publication MacRumors has independently verified the reliability of the I-34 camera project component.

Majin Bu wrote on X, the previous Twitter, “This would appear to be the new camera module of the iPhone 16, as you can see the vertical positioning is confirmed.”

It is claimed that operates like spatial video recording are improved by the vertical camera’s rear placement. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are currently capable of recording in the format known as Spatial Video, which records depth information for immersive viewing through the use of compatible headsets like the Apple Vision Pro. This feature is dependent on vertically aligned cameras, which are absent from the non-Pro models but present in the Pro models with their triple camera configurations.