Apple iPhone 16 Pro: Not only larger but also significantly brighter display expected

Apple iPhone 16 Pro: Not only larger but also significantly brighter display expected

Around 20% more brightness in everyday life

1,200 nits doesn’t sound like a particularly record-breaking figure if you compare it with the record values advertised on certain Android devices, although these are usually very limited peak values that can only be achieved with HDR content. Apple specifies the iPhone 15 Pro with 1,000 nits of “maximum typical” brightness, 1,600 nits of peak brightness in HDR, and 2,000 nits of peak brightness outdoors.

If the first value for the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 ProMax increases to 1,200 nits, this would mean 20% more brightness in everyday use and thus a substantial improvement. The question remains as to just how reliable this leaker is. One of his earlier leaks concerned the 2024 iPad Pro, which has just officially launched with a nano-texture glass option and which he had predicted in March would with come a matte display. In this respect, it is not unlikely that the current information is correct.

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