Next iPhone will focus on camera improvements
We're only a couple of weeks away from Apple's September 9th event. So the leaks and rumors aren’t stopping.
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Beside the leak regarding the case, and its somewhat thicker size, the camera has been a standout amongst the most discussed features of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
It was supposedly affirmed that new phones will have a 12 megapixel sensor according to 9to5 mac. But, now sources are saying that the phone will be capable for recording 4K videos.
Additionally, the FaceTime camera will have a flash. It is not a big thing for any manufacturer to roll such big update.
But moving from 8 to 12 megapixels is an enormous step from Apple. Apple has not upgraded that since the launch of iPhone 4S in 2011.
One of the great things will be 4K video recording feature. The new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will be the first iPhones capable of recording video in full 4K resolution.
The front FaceTime camera is also rumored to receive significant improvements. There will be a front flash support.
Rather than an actual LED flash, the screen will apparently flash white when taking selfies. Front-facing panorama shots and slow motion video in 720p are also expected for the FaceTime camera.
The new camera will allow slow-mo selfies at 720p apparently. It is also reported that the new Apple A9 chipset will feature improved ISP.
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The new ISP will process image with hints of a top-notch HDR mode. Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6S and 6S plus at a media event on September 9th at the Billy Graham Civic Auditorium.