# **iPhone 16 Pro Max will be the biggest ever** **iPhone 16 Pro series coming in 2024 can increase in size, equipped with Face ID under the screen.** Ross Young, company CEO Screen market researcher Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), said that the iPhone 16 Pro series launched in 2024 will have the largest screen ever. Although he did not disclose the specific size, Young commented “almost” under a tweet predicting that the iPhone 16 Pro has a 6.4-inch screen, while the iPhone 16 Pro Max (or Ultra) uses a 6.9-inch screen. . Meanwhile, the standard iPhone 16 duo retains the 6.1 and 6.7-inch sizes. Based on rumors, the screen size of the iPhone 16 Pro will be slightly higher than the old size. According to *9to5Mac*, Ross Young is one of the reputable leakers thanks to his ties to Apple’s display supply chain. However, it is too early to talk about iPhone 16 because Apple’s plans may change. In addition to the screen size, rumors say at least one model in the iPhone 16 series will feature Face ID under the screen, eliminating the notch. The news site *The Elec* once speculated that this change would appear on the iPhone 15 Pro. However, according to Ross Young, Face ID under the screen was only available as early as iPhone 16. “We confirm once again that the infrared system under the screen will not appear on iPhone until 2024, i.e. iPhone 16 . However, we have to start development and submit the prototype now,” Young said. In the same opinion, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from TF International Securities, thinks that Face ID under the screen will appear on “premium” iPhone 16 models. He even predicted the front camera would also be under the screen. “I think the true full-screen iPhone will come out in 2024. The high-end model in 2024 will have a front camera and Face ID under the screen. Due to low light conditions affecting image quality, the algorithm also as sensor processing is important to improve quality,” added Kuo. The under-screen camera has been applied on some Android smartphones, but the quality is not appreciated. That’s why most high-end devices today still use the traditional selfie camera in the form of a round hole.