Foxconn confirms iPhone 6s will pack 12MP camera, 2GB RAM
Apple has found itself in the fray of using an 8-megapixel main camera ever since the days of the 2011-released iPhone 4S – it’s been 4 years — but this time, the Cupertino, CA phone producer is set to change things with the coming of the new iPhone models.
An internal document from Foxconn (an OEM in China who produces iPhone parts) which has found itself in circulation around the web this morning shows that the iPhone 6s, codenamed N66 and the iPhone 6s Plus (N71) will purportedly feature bigger hardware when sized with their predecessors.
A 12MP main camera, 5MP front camera (up from 1MP), 2GB of RAM (up from 1GB) and Cat 6 LTE were some of the specifications reportedly coming along with the Apple handsets.
12MP main camera, 5MP front camera, 2GB of RAM, Cat 6 LTE for #iPhone6s and #iPhone6s : How true is this @cue?
— Bestmobs (@bestmobs) July 2, 2015
Not trusting the information source enough, Bestmobs decided to reach out to Apple executive Eddy Cue on Twitter for confirmation (since he replied to Taylor Swift’s open letter), and we expectedly got a…. zero response.