The two long-rumored Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are indeed getting a bump in the main camera aspect from 8MP to 12-Megapixels, according to the source in Apple supply chain insider, has reportedly confirmed the existence of such sensor onboard.
The Business Insider cites a source suggesting that the new iPhones are immensively receiving a new 12MP camera at its back portion, and that too Apple will also be bundling it in a bigger image sensor. Which exactly means that the camera on the iPhone 6s will be able to capture, click brighter and higher quality photos when compared to the predecesor with 8MP iPhone 6 camera.
Considering with not much change in terms of design, leaked schematics show up that the next iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will retain the ugly camera bump at the back. Up on its front, the new iPhones are also getting another bump in the Selfie shooter, will feature a 5MP FaceTime sensor. If this happens, then it’s gonna be a huge jump from the choosy 1.2MP front camera on the current iPhones.
Apart from the bump in the Megapixels count and Image sensor, Apple will also continue with five-element lens setup on the yet-unannounced iPhone 6s phones. The source oft-mentioned however has revealed that the Mac maker is planning on switching to a six-element lens aesthetics on its futuristic iPhones, purportedly the iPhone 7 (2016). With this real bump, will give the iPhone’s camera better quality, as the six-elements are able to absorb more light, resulting in HD and sharper photographs.
As per the report, Apple will be also joining with the like of Samsung and OnePlus to use such a lens setup on its flaghsip smartphones. Both iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are xpected to sport Force Touch display technology, faster A9 CPU, 2GB RAM, a 12MP rear camera with 4K video recording capabilities and a 5MP FaceTime camera for improving the Selfie game.
Announcement date is all set for September 9, where Apple will be launching its new iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, new iPads and next-gen Apple TV alongside iOS 9, and in October with iOS 9.1 running iPad Pro.
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