iPhone 16 Set to Revolutionize Voice Control with Advanced Microphones as Siri Integrates AI


In a move towards a more integrated AI experience, Apple is gearing up to unveil an updated version of Siri with AI integration in 2024, a development that could reshape hardware design. According to insights from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the forthcoming iPhone 16, slated for release in fall 2024, is poised to showcase significantly enhanced microphones designed to elevate voice recognition capabilities for Siri and dictation.

The improved microphones promise to deliver clearer audio, boasting advanced noise reduction features. Additionally, Kuo suggests that these new microphones will exhibit increased resistance to water, enhancing the device’s durability.

Manufactured by AAC and Goertek, these upgraded microphones are expected to come at a higher cost compared to their counterparts in the iPhone 15. While the primary focus is on AI integration, the improvements are anticipated to have a positive impact on various audio-related functionalities, such as video recording and voice calls.

The iPhone 16 lineup, slated for a September 2024 launch, is poised to introduce not only upgraded microphones but also slightly larger displays, enhanced cameras, and under-the-display Face ID sensors. This innovation is set to result in a smaller ‘Dynamic Island’ cutout on the Pro models, contributing to a more streamlined design.

In another design tweak, Apple is reportedly considering transitioning the traditional action button to a solid-state button on the iPhone 16 series. The proposed capacitive Action Button is said to possess the capability to detect changes in pressure through a new force sensor currently in development. The existing action button relies on a press-and-hold gesture, complemented by haptic feedback and visual cues in the Dynamic Island for confirmation.

Previous reports suggest that all four models in the iPhone 16 series — iPhone 16, iPhone 16 Plus, iPhone 16 Pro, and iPhone 16 Pro Max — will feature this anticipated capacitive Action button, marking a significant shift in the iPhone’s user interface design.

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