There will be very little that might not be known about the iPhone 6s when it releases in September. After the chipset leak yesterday that promises faster LTE and better battery life, today’s leak comes from inside one of the most legitimate sources. A leaked document from the inside of Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn’s factories, reveals that the smartphone will come with an amped up 5-megapixel FaceTime camera while simultaneously reiterating several features that are already rumoured heavily on the next gen iPhone. Also Read - Apple sets up website for claiming iPhone battery pay outAlso Read - Apple WWDC 2020: Check if your iPhone or iPad will get latest software update with new features
The document first posted on Chinese website Weibo, is now circulating the web. First spotted by PhoneArena, it reveals that the front camera will be amped up to 5-megapixels, which is commendable as all the current iPhones have a 1.2-megapixel front sensor. Also Read - iOS 14 will support iPhone SE, iPhone 6s and other devices running iOS 13: Report
Apart from that, the leak reiterates that the smartphone will have 12-megapixel rear camera sensor, with 4k video capabilities. The slow motion video will be at 240fps, but will be shot at 1080p resolution as for slo-mo, the sensors max out at 8-megapixel. The document also reveals that the iPhone 6s is internally being called N66 at Foxconn, and the iPhone 6 Plus is being called N71.
In addition to the 5-megapixel front camera upgrade, earlier leaks also suggest that the front camera will come with flash, 1080p video recording, support slow-motion videos and panorama shooting.
From what we have come across so far, there won t be a lot of changes on the iPhone 6S in terms of design. There will however be some changes underneath like the inclusion of Force Touch technology, A9X quad-core processor and 2GB RAM. There are also reports that Apple might finally scrap the 16GB variant altogether and the base variant would sport 32GB of internal storage.