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The dimensions of all four Apple iPhone 16 models have just surfaced. They come from Majin Bu, a well-known tipster. Let’s see what size will these phones be, from the smallest to the largest.

The dimensions of the entire iPhone 16 series appear

The smallest device out of the four will be the iPhone 16. The two ‘Pro’ models will have thinner bezels, but they’ll get bigger displays, so they’ll both be larger than their vanilla counterparts.

Having said that, the iPhone 16 will measure 147.6 x 71.62 x 7.8mm based on this information. Next in line will be the iPhone 16 Pro, it will measure 149.61 x 71.45 x 8.25mm.

The iPhone 16 Plus will measure 160.88 x 77.75 x 7.8mm, while the iPhone 16 Pro Max will be the largest and measure 163.03 x 77.58 x 8.25mm. The ‘Pro’ models won’t be much bigger, but the difference is there. You can see all four devices below, side by side.

iPhone 16 dimensions

The two vanilla models will be easy to spot

The vanilla models will be easily recognizable thanks to different camera setups on the back. They’ll be even more different than on current-gen models, as both phones will have a pill-shaped camera island.

The iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max, on the flip side, will retain their squarish camera island. The regular models will have two cameras on the back, as they do now. The ‘Pro’ models will feature three cameras back there.

All of these phones are expected to arrive in September this year. That’s when Apple usually launches its new iPhones. All four of them will include a Dynamic Island on the display. An Action Button is rumored for all four, and the same goes for a new Capture Button. It remains to be seen whether it will be included, though.

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