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iPhone 16 Pro leaks hint at larger camera sensors and bigger display ahead of September launch

The upcoming iPhone 16 Pro is generating buzz with leaked images suggesting significant upgrades to its camera setup. Here's what we know so far about Apple's latest flagship device.

| Updated on: Jun 04 2024, 07:04 IST
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iPhone 16 Pro leaks hint at larger camera sensors and bigger display ahead of September launch
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2/7 InShot: InShot stands out as the go-to choice for video editors, boasting an intuitive user interface and a comprehensive set of editing tools suitable for both experienced and novice creators. The app facilitates basic functions such as trimming, cutting, splitting, merging, changing speed, adding text and music, all accomplished with just a few taps. With built-in AI tools, ready-to-use presets, and features like auto background removal and slow-motion, InShot provides a seamless editing experience. The app also supports Chroma Key for Picture-in-Picture videos and offers a plethora of transitions and funky stickers. (Apple Store)
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3/7 Final Cut Pro: Tailored for MacOS users, Final Cut Pro is a powerful, advanced video editing software perfect for iPhone filmmakers seeking to create complex projects with added effects. Its user-friendly interface, featuring the Magnetic Timeline for seamless clip trimming and movement, simplifies organization with color-coded clips. Final Cut Pro supports ultra-wide aspect ratios, accommodating anamorphic lenses. Noteworthy features include advanced audio editing, 360° VR Editing, Motion Graphics, and Advanced Color Editing. (Apple)
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4/7 Filmora:  Filmora strikes a balance between simplicity and power, making it ideal for creators with varying levels of video editing knowledge. Offering essential tools for editing, resequencing, and enhancing videos, Filmora includes multicam support and an AR camera for Memoji selfie videos. With playback speed adjustments, comprehensive keyframes, AI smart cutout feature, and support for various aspect ratios, including Instagram stories and YouTube, Filmora caters to a wide range of editing needs. (Play Store)
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5/7 Adobe Premiere Rush: Adobe Premiere Rush empowers users to capture, edit, and share professional-looking videos on the go. The app features best-in-class sound effects, filters, themes, overlays, animations, and graphics. Unlike most apps, Premiere Rush includes an in-built camera for capturing crystal-clear videos. The app supports multiple audio/video tracks, facilitates easy resizing according to different social media channel requirements, and offers an extensive library of original soundtracks and effects. (Adobe)
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6/7 VN: VN addresses the common issue of watermarks on edited videos. The app's straightforward interface allows users to create high-quality videos for social media without any unwanted branding. VN features a multi-track timeline for effortless addition of PiP videos, stickers, and texts. With six preset speed curves, 19 built-in keyframe animation effects, multidimensional transitions, and advanced features like time freeze effect and smart background removal, VN ensures a watermark-free and superior-quality editing experience. (Apple Store)
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7/7 VEED.IO: Experience seamless video editing with VEED, the ultimate online platform for both seasoned pros and emerging content creators. Harnessing the power of AI, VEED boasts a staggering 98.5% accuracy in automatically adding subtitles/captions to your videos. Trim, compress, and enhance your content without sacrificing quality, or let Magic Cut intelligently select the highlights. With features like AI Avatars, Video Background Remover, and Audio Editor, VEED is a one-stop-shop for all your editing needs. What's more, it's all in the cloud—no downloads required. Whether you're on a high-end workstation or a modest device, as long as you have internet access, VEED has you covered. (VEED.IO)
iPhone 16 Pro leaks hint at larger camera sensors and bigger display ahead of September launch
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Leaked images suggest the iPhone 16 Pro will feature larger camera sensors than its predecessor. (Representative image) (REUTERS)

The highly anticipated iPhone 16 Pro is set to hit the market in just three months, assuming Apple adheres to its traditional September release timeline for new products. Speculation has been swirling regarding potential upgrades, with recent leaks hinting at a slightly larger display compared to its predecessor, the iPhone 15 Pro. Adding fuel to the rumour mill, leaked images purportedly showcasing iPhone 16 Pro cases suggest significant changes to the device's camera setup.

Leaked Images Showcase Promising Changes

Shared on X by leaker Majin Bu, the alleged iPhone 16 Pro cases have caused a stir, particularly due to their enlarged camera module. Featuring five MagSafe charging cases in transparent and black hues, accented with white, purple, and blue borders, these images highlight a substantial cutout for the iPhone 16 Pro's camera setup. This hints at the possibility of larger sensors compared to the iPhone 15 Pro, with the camera island nearly touching the MagSafe ring, a departure from the layout of its predecessor.

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Apple iPhone 16 Pro
  • 6 GB RAM
  • 128 GB Storage
  • 6.2 inches Display Size
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Anticipated Features and Colour Variants

Aligning with earlier speculations, these leaks fuel discussions about potential adjustments to the iPhone 16 Pro's camera placement, with some suggesting a resemblance to an electric razor in design. Amidst the buzz surrounding these leaks, speculation abounds regarding what other changes may be in store for the iPhone 16 Pro's camera features.

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Reports suggest that the iPhone 16 Pro may boast a larger 6.3-inch display, a notable increase from the 6.1-inch screen found on the iPhone 15 Pro. In terms of camera enhancements, rumours point to the introduction of a new 48MP ultra-wide camera and a 12MP telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom. Notably, Apple may be retiring the iPhone 15 Pro's 12MP ultra-wide sensor in favour of the higher resolution 48MP unit.

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Further adding to the intrigue, whispers of a new 'Capture Button' feature have emerged, serving as a shortcut for various camera functions like zooming, accessible through gestures. Distinguished from the Action Button introduced with the iPhone 15 Pro models, this new addition aims to enhance user experience with streamlined camera controls. Additionally, Apple is rumoured to offer the iPhone 16 Pro in Desert Yellow / Desert Titanium and Cement Gray / Titanium Gray colour variants, adding another layer of anticipation to the upcoming release.


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First Published Date: 31 May, 14:04 IST