Desirable features for Apple's upcoming flagship device

The iPhone 15 has only been on the market for a short time, but speculation about the iPhone 16 and its larger sibling, the iPhone 16 Plus, is already underway. While there is no confirmed release date for the iPhone 16, it is anticipated to be announced during a live event in 2024. Apple typically sends out invitations for the launch event about two weeks in advance, with the event likely taking place in September. The phone would then go up for pre-order the following Friday and be released the Friday after that.

As for rumored changes, early reports suggest that the iPhone 16 could feature new button and camera designs. Mock-ups of the three devices reportedly being tested show a vertically aligned camera module, similar to the iPhone X. There is also mention of a unified volume button and the addition of an “Action Button” and a “Capture Button” on the device. However, it’s important to note that these are just rumors and plans could change.

In terms of desired features, many users are hoping for the inclusion of ProMotion technology, which offers a faster refresh rate on the display. While it’s unlikely that ProMotion will be available on the standard iPhone models, as the “Pro” name implies, users still hope for a smoother and faster display. Another desired feature is the Action Button, which is currently available on the iPhone 15 Pro. This customizable button allows for quick access to the camera, flashlight, and other actions. Users would like to see this feature expanded to all iPhone models next year. Additionally, there is a request for a third rear camera on the iPhone 16, as the Pro models currently have three while the standard models have two. Users believe that it’s time for the standard models to also have the option for improved zooming with a dedicated zoom lens.

Overall, these are just potential features and changes that users would like to see with the iPhone 16. It’s important to remember that these are not confirmed and plans may change as the release date approaches.