February 23, 2024

Apple is presently engaged in the development of its forthcoming iPhone 16 lineup. According to a new report, the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max might come with a special material to address the overheating problems that were present in their previous versions.

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Apple’s rumored successors to the iPhone 15 Pro models could potentially feature a graphene sheet to enhance heat dissipation. In an effort to tackle heating issues, the company had previously incorporated a titanium frame in its current flagship models. However, this material has lower thermal conductivity compared to stainless steel. To partially alleviate the problem, Apple released an iOS 17 update.

Based on a report by PhoneArena, Apple is currently investigating the potential implementation of graphene in the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max. This would replace the current graphite pads and serve the purpose of enhancing heat dissipation from the phone’s processor.

By utilizing this material, the heat generated by the chip would be efficiently transported away, resulting in a decrease in the handset’s temperature.

The projected growth in screen dimensions for the iPhone 16 Pro is expected to range from 6.1 inches to 6.3 inches, while the Pro Max version will feature a 6.9-inch screen, in contrast to the current generation’s 6.7-inch display.

The iPhone 16 Pro is rumored to come with a 5x tetraprism optical zoom camera, a feature that is currently only available on the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Additionally, analyst Kuo has disclosed that the 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera on both Pro models will be enhanced to a 48MP 1/2.55-inch unit.

A recent report from MacRumors reveals that Apple plans to incorporate the tetraprism telephoto lens into both the iPhone 16 Pro and ‌iPhone 16 Pro‌ Max models by 2024.

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