Apple’s iPhone design cycle is becoming increasingly protracted. Apple kept the iPhone 6’s design for four years. The iPhone 13 series, on the other hand, looks very similar to the iPhone X from 2017.
Many Apple aficionados are anticipating a design breakthrough with Apple’s next-generation iPhone.
Designer Petar Trlajic, on the other hand, couldn’t wait any longer and unveiled the iPhone 16 Pro idea with a slew of new features.
This iPhone 16 Pro concept model, in particular, has straight edges, a gleaming metal frame, and a matte back.
Unlike the earlier rumored dual-pill design to support Face ID and dual cameras, the notch has been replaced by a hole in the screen and placed independently.
Three horizontal rear cameras and a big LED flash are featured on the gadget. The iPhone 4’s spherical physical button is also returned, separated by glossy metal bands on the sides. Because the power button on this iPhone 16 Pro prototype is separated on the side by glossy metal strips, it’s likely that Touch ID will be implemented in this location.
On the bottom edge of the smartphone, there is a charging port, however it is unclear whether it is USB-C or Lightning.
The iPhone 16 Pro, on the other hand, will not be available until 2024. This proposal, on the other hand, is a fantastic idea that will please the long-awaited iFans.