Action button

iPhone Pro models have always had unique features that set them apart from the rest. In the case of the iPhone 15 Pro, an Action button has been integrated on the side of the device for the first time. This is a shortcut to a specific action. A new rumor hints at what we can all expect: All iPhone 16s will have an Action button on the build. But it all goes further than that. And there is speculation about a possible update to this action button. This may change from being a simple mechanical button to being a capacitive button.

Redesigned action buttons will be available on all iPhone 16 models.

The mute switch disappears on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max to make way for the action button, as we’ve seen. This new solid button acts as a launcher for certain actions that can be customized from iOS Settings. Whether we agree with the inclusion of this new button remains to be seen. What is clear is that There is a trend on Apple’s part that is advancing in developing new functions and hardware. And the demo with the iPhone 15 Pro was the action buttons.

Action button

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A new rumor that pulls from pre-production iPhone 16 plans has been published by a user from MacRumors. This rumor indicates that All new iPhone 16 will have action buttons That is, both the iPhone 16, iPhone 16 Plus, iPhone 16 Pro, and iPhone 16 Pro Max will have this button. However, it won’t be the same button, but it will be Apple will take the step and the button will become capacitive. and not as stable as today

This capacitive technology reminds us of today’s Force Touch on the Mac or the same technology included in the Touch ID button on older iPhones. This technology allows users to access different content within the software. Depends on the pressure applied which will make the user Set different actions according to the pressure applied on the action button.

We’ll see if Apple eventually integrates action buttons with all iPhone 16 models. And will a capacitive system be developed or not?