Apple IPhone 6S Rumored To Feature A 12MP Camera Which Will Be Able To Record 4K Video

Posted: Jul 2 2015, 7:35am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 2 2015, 7:42am CDT, in Rumors | Apple


Apple iPhone 6S rumored to feature a 12MP camera
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Number of leaks have emerged confirming updated camera module for the upcoming iPhone

With iPhone 6S and 6S plus around the corner, there are various leaked news and rumors regarding the specifications and details of this upcoming and much awaited technology giant. According to leaked images on Weibo by alleged Foxconn employee the Apple iPhone 6S family (6S and 6S Plus) will feature a 12MP camera.

It is rumored to have a 12-megapixel sensor with 4K video recording and 240fps slow-motion capabilities. Past bits of gossip recommended that Apple may choose a 16MP unit in the iPhone 6 successor. Although the original post and photos were deleted, as soon as they were published, but many people managed to get hold of the photos and pictures.

It is supposed that iPhone 6 and 6S Plus will be released with internal model numbers N66 for iPhone 6S and N71 for iPhone 6s Plus, both models will pack upgraded 2GB RAM, 5MP front camera, and LTE Category 6 modem, as stated in the document. As noted by the picture which was leaked a few days ago, it is clear that Apple designers have opted for the mainstream aluminum body look.

But the rumor is that, there will be an additional rose gold/pink color option. Also, Apple is expected to use a smaller system-on-a-chip, possibly leaving spare space for a larger battery. The successors of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have allegedly entered early generation phase in China, but the bulk production will start soon. Apple is expected to dispatch the duo in September.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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