New iPhone 16 Leak Reveals Apple’s Important Camera Upgrade | Tech

Thanks to several leaked peripherals, Apple’s design for the next iPhone is becoming clear. We can see not only Apple’s design choices for the iPhone but also how Apple plans to integrate the iPhone with its marquee Apple Vision Pro headset.

The latest details regarding the iPhone design come from the case manufacturers. As part of the development process, once the external dimensions and controls are locked in, dummy units are sent to peripheral manufacturers to allow them to check fit and work with, if not actual hardware, hardware as close as Apple will hand out.

A set of cases for the iPhone 16 have been pictured and published by noted tipster Sonny Dickson. The case itself is relatively non-descript, with a black plastic bumper around the side and what looks to be a clear TPU back panel. But it does confirm one key feature of the upcoming iOS-powered smartphone.

The cutout for the camera island at the rear of the iPhone will only allow for two lenses to be stacked vertically ( with a smaller cutout for the camera flash. This backs up previous leaks that showed Apple moving away from the diagonal alignment to what we see here.

Apple’s decision has a wider impact than just the picture quality on the iPhone. When the iPhone is moved into landscape mode to take the traditional video style, the two lenses are now in line with each other, much like a pair of human eyes. Throw in some smart data capture, and you have a stereoscopic video.

While the iPhone may not play back a 3D video on its 2D screen, Apple has invested a significant amount of time and energy in the Apple Vision Pro,…

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