iPhone 16’s Cameras Could Be Vertically Arranged Much Like the iPhone 12


The trend of getting an Apple rumor a day has caught our attention lately and has also become so cool! Today we’re discussing iPhone 16’s cameras. Even if we’re still a year away from that, it doesn’t hurt to know what to expect from the tech giant based in Cupertino, right?! According to tipster @URedditor, the lower-end iPhone 16 model’s rear cameras will be stacked vertically. Yes, you’ve read correctly: vertically aligned! The iPhone 16 Plus would probably also receive the not-so-new design we’ve got on iPhone 12.

So, will Apple somehow follow in Samsung’s footsteps and add the rear cameras similarly, in a vertical manner? That’s going to stir quite the buzz!

Of course, if the iPhone 16 would revert to the vertical design, we’re getting back the same vibe we’ve got on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini. But that is only if this rumor turns out to be true. According to @URedditor, this modification will make the new phone “instantly recognizable.”

@URedditor’s reliability grew when it first shared details about App Clips before the feature debuted back in 2020. The tipster is also credited as being the first source to post a ‘real’ photo of the iPhone 15 Pro with a USB-C connector and other iPhone 15 facts. Of course, it’s better to take everything with a pinch of salt, but seeing some rumors like this, it’s not that bad, actually. It just grows our love for a new iPhone!

What are your thoughts so far about Apple’s iPhone 15 series? Are you that excited about it to make an upgrade?

To recall, starting with the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, Apple made the transition to rear camera lenses that are positioned diagonally. They’re really chic and so recognizable! The design was further on carried over to the latest iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.

We might get the same ‘formula’ for the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus because so far, so many speculations claim the rear camera will feature a diagonal layout.

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