Source confirms 12MP iPhone 6s camera, front camera light in tow
As rumors of the next generation iPhone coming along with improved hardware mount, more details of the upcoming flagship phone’s camera have been revealed.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are said to be having 12-megapixel cameras while the selfie-loving folks who buy the Apple smartphones are going to be blessed with a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for that.
According to latest stories on the iPhone 6s duo, the devices will be equipped with more advanced Apple A9 chipsets that will add support for UHD or 4K resolution video recording, a feature already available on a number of competitors’ smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S6 and OnePlus Two.
In addition to that, iOS 9 — the OS that will power the two Apple phones on arrival — will bring about front-facing camera lightening. No, we are not talking about Apple adding a dedicated secondary LED flash for the front camera. It is rather believed that Apple will be taking a clue from Snapchat and Photo Booth where lightening is provided by a quick white screen when a selfie is clicked. The front camera is reportedly capable of taking 5MP pictures and 720p / HD video recordings.
Finally, the Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus are both expected to get officially unveiled on September 9 with 4.7″ and 5.5″ screens respectively. A third variant — Apple iPhone 6c — is expected to join the fold by November with a plastic body and 4-inch display.
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