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Market analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed in a new report that the Pro models in the iPhone 16 line will also adopt the stacked camera sensor design expected in the iPhone 15 standard models.

Kuo shared the news while discussing Sony’s high-end CIS capacity situation. According to the analyst, Apple’s decision to also put the stacked CIS in its iPhone 16 models will cause Sony’s high-end CIS capacity to continuously be tight in 2024. Nonetheless, Kuo noted that it would benefit Sony’s competitor, Will Semi, as it would allow it “to continue to obtain more orders for high-end CIS from Chinese smartphone brands.”

Aside from this, previous rumors claim that an unspecified iPhone 16 model (though it could be the iPhone 16 Pro Max) will feature a “periscope ultra-long telephoto camera.” This will allow the unit to capture subjects with sufficient details from a distance using a powerful zoom, and it is specifically ideal for wildlife, sports, journalism, and other shots involving far-away objects. Moreover, other rumors say that iPhone 16 Pro Max could get a larger main camera sensor, measuring 1/1.14 inches. This is 12% bigger than iPhone 14 Pro Max’s 1/1.28 sensor.

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