We are now just a few days away to the Apple event, where the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are heavily expected to be unveiled. The two smartphones have been subjected to many leaks in the recent past, and the latest one reveals the internal components on the display of the iPhone 6s, giving out more details on the Force Touch tech and the FaceTime camera. Also Read - Apple Music Lossless, Spatial Audio features with Dolby Atmos coming soon to IndiaAlso Read - Apple sells more iPads in early 2021 than ever, grows along with Samsung
This leak comes from 9to5Mac, and it has leaked videos and images of the display panel. The images reveal the possibility of a larger Facetime camera. Comparing it to the iPhone 6, the new iPhone 6s has a larger sensor indicating that there might be a higher megapixel count than the 1.2-megapixel seen on the iPhone 6. Previous reports point at a 5-megapixel sensor. Also Read - Apple Podcasts Subscriptions and channels go live in 170 countries starting today
The selfie camera is also pegged to come with a software-based flash which will turn the entire screen stark white when the shutter button in pressed. It should also bring the ability to shoot slow motion and panoramas to the front camera.
The video also shows off the Force Touch chip integrated behind the display. What Force Touch will do is provide haptic feedback, and bring more shortcuts to iOS. This video is probably the first that gives such a comprehensive, detailed and magnified look at the internal end of the iPhone 6s display.
Talking about previous rumors, the iPhone 6s is expected to come with a faster A9 chipset paired with an amped up 2GB RAM. Apple is said to have dropped the 16GB variant, but there have been no credible source on this development yet. The iPhone 6s is also said to have a 12-megapixel camera with 4K video shooting capabilities. There could also be an iPhone 6c in the making, and a rose gold variant might also see the light of the day.
In any case, Apple has confirmed that it is hosting an event on September 9, and the final absolute verdict will be announced then.